Digital Ally Open

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Digital Ally Open
Tournament information
Location Overland Park, Kansas
Established 2009
Course(s) Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate
Par 71
Length 7,237 yards (6,618 m)
Tour(s) Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund US$600,000
Month played July
Tournament record score
Aggregate 258 James Nitties (2011)
To par –26 James Nitties (2011)
Current champion
United States Zack Sucher

The Digital Ally Open is a Tour event that was played for the first time in 2009 as the Christmas in October Classic. It is played at the Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate in Overland Park, Kansas. The tournament took a hiatus in 2010, and returned as the Midwest Classic in 2011 with the Kansas City Crusaders as the host organization. Their mission is to provide a positive economic impact on area businesses and offer transformational support to local charitable organizations through the promotion of professional golf in Kansas City. Inspired by the Thunderbirds of Phoenix, the not-for-profit group that runs the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Kansas City Crusaders is made up of a dedicated volunteer group of business professionals who live and work throughout Greater Kansas City.

The 2014 purse was $600,000.


Digital Ally Open
  • 2015 August 6–9
Midwest Classic
Midwest Classic presented by Cadillac
Midwest Classic presented by Time Warner Cable
Christmas in October Classic


  1. ^ "Lovemark wins by 1 at Midwest Classic". News Observer. July 21, 2013. 

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