Benefitting Dana Farber, Chain Reaction, Live Like Lou Foundation (ALS), the Alzheimer's Assoc, Special Olympics and the North Kingstown Food Pantry
The KC3 Charity Par 3 Tournament in association with KC Giveswas held this year with proceeds from players, donations and sponsorships going to Dana Farber Cancer Research (c/o Jog for Julie), Chain Reaction, Live Like Lou Foundation (ALS), Alzheimer's Association, Special Olympics and to support Community Causes.
This is our major Giving Event donating over $27,000 in our first 2 years!
Kings Crossing Golf Club is transformed into 18 fun and challenging par 3’s. Two Player Best Ball Format. Games on the course throughout the day! Through player participation, dinner attendance, event, hole, lunch, dinner and cart sponsorships you can help to support these worthy charities.
The event includes morning (8am FULL) and afternoon flights (1pm) to accommodate as many players as possible. First Come First Serve, we will fill the morning flight (FULL) then open the afternoon flight. Last years event had 100 players!
Our friendly environment offers a space for golfers of all abilities to enjoy the sport.
Offering a wide array of food and beverages, our clubhouse is the place to be.
Our club is all about community and our members. A truly unique experience.
Kings Crossing was originally designed by renowned golf architect, Geoffrey Cornish and opened in 1964. From the beginning of the round players will find an unexpectedly meandering and flowing landscape with holes that offer variety, aesthetic charm and flexibility. The course is uniquely laid out to allow players to enjoy a round of 4 holes…which we call the “shorty”, a solid 9 hole test or, with a truly flexible tee marker system, 18 holes that provide enough variety to challenge all abilities.
The greens can be described as softly moving and fair, while the bunkering on the course bring a classic style to the eye…let’s not be fooled, bunkers are hazards and should get your attention. A great characteristic of Kings Crossing is playability. This is a course that anyone can play over and over again, some days feeling like a champion and others battling the strategies presented.Whether you hit the ball 100 yards off the tee or 300 yards, Kings Crossing will comfortably present itself and give you many ways to succeed.
We love our guests, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
655 Old Baptist Road, North Kingstown, Rhode Island 02852, United States
06:30 am – 08:00 pm