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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Want to relive your athletic glory days? How about just getting active with your friends while enjoying a cold drink? Chances are, there’s a KC Crew opportunity for you.

Kansas City is home to an impressive recreational sports organization that manages dozens of sports for various skill levels all throughout the year. Whether its corn hole, sand volleyball, softball, basketball, or even virtual reality or karaoke, there is a chance to compete for everyone.

This Saturday, July 10, KC Crew is hosting the Par 3 One Club Challenge at Heart of America Golf Tournament. Teams of four will use four clubs to compete in a scramble par 3 course. Golfers will play nine holes and enjoy a happy hour with food and drinks from 4 Hands Brewery and Lion’s Choice.

“You and your three friend get to choose one club each, and you only get to use one club per hole,” Luke Wade, founder of KC Crew, said. “It’s a fun twist on a golf tournament.”

Registration is still available for any golfers prone to procrastination. Here’s where to find the Par 3 One Club Challenge signup.

But wait, there’s more. Signups for fall leagues open on Friday, July 9, and early bird registration ends today. Games start the week of August 22nd and play every week for six weeks. Anyone who wants to participate can browse a dozen different activities.

Those looking to sign up can find the dates and times on the KC Crew leagues page. Don’t want the commitment or have enough people for a team? Sign up as a sub, or check out the Pickups KC page, where one-off games are available.

“We run five seasons a year, so all year long,” Wade said. “Have some fun for an hour or two, and then come back next week.”

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