All About The 2020 Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop!

Arrowhead Title has been a part of the Lake of the Ozarks community for many years. We love this community and we are proud to support great events that help local charities and non-profit organizations. One community organization that is particularly close to our hearts at Arrowhead Title is Kiwanis Club of Ozark Coast. This summer, the wonderful Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop will be a lot of fun while supporting Kiwanis and several other not-for-profit organizations right here at the Lake of the Ozarks. Keep reading to learn more!

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About The Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop


The Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop consists of two major events, including The Duck Drop Golf Tournament and the Family Fun Zone & Duck Drop. Not only are these events a lot of fun for everyone involved, but each one also raises a substantial amount of money to benefit local charitable organizations that help children in need.

The Duck Drop Golf Tournament


The Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop 2020 is less than two months away. The Duck Drop Golf Tournament is extra special, with fun obstacles and crazy quacky "twists" around the course.

Event Details:

Location: The Golf Club at Deer Chase
Date: Friday, July 31st at 1:30 PM
Cost: $125 per player

Entry includes:

Lunch & Registration Starts at NOON
4-Person, 18-Hole Scramble
10 complimentary Duck Drop tickets per player ($50 value per player!)
Delicious Lunch at the Course
A day full of fun!
23 winning Duck Drop tickets came from these complimentary golfer tickets in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017!

Golf Tournament Prizes:

Long putt contest for cash
Hole in one contest for $25,000 CASH
Hole contests on-course for prizes
Multiple Flights (and Ladies Flight) Win Prizes
Other on-course contests and special events

Become a Sponsor:

If golf isn't your cup of tea, you can still support the event! You can sponsor the event at varying levels - Learn about various 2020 sponsorship packages here. Proceeds from the golf tournament benefit Lake Area Big Brothers Big Sisters and Ozark Coast Kiwanis.

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The Family Fun Zone & Duck Drop


The Family Fun Zone is a great place to bring your family and spend a great Saturday supporting the community. Have a great time and then enjoy watching the ducks fly at noon! As the ducks take off from the helicopter, watch them race to the finish line. The first 11 ducks to cross the finish line will come with great prizes... 1st place is a $5000 cash prize and 2nd is a $1000 cash prize. Proceeds from the Family Fun Zone and Duck Drop benefit Ozark Coast Kiwanis, Kids Harbor, Citizens Against Domestic Violence, The Food Pantry, Lake Area Big Brothers Big Sisters, Wonderland Camp, and More!

Event Details:

Location: Lake Ozark Campground and RV Park (below the dam)
Date: Saturday, August 1st
Fun Zone Wristband Cost: FREE
Ticket Cost: $5 each, or 6 for $20

Schedule: 
10:00AM - Games, food, shaved ice, and activities sponsored by local organizations!
11:00AM - Duck Drop ticket sales end.
11:45AM - Head from the Fun Zone over to the campground area's river access to watch the ducks drop into the Osage River!
NOON - Let the ducks fly and the race begin!
12:30-1:00PM - Head back to Fun Zone and enjoy more games while waiting for the winning announcement at 1:00PM. (You don't need to be present to win.)



See You At The Duck Drop!


The title professionals at the Lake of the Ozarks are proud to support this great, family-friendly event in the Lake of the Ozarks community. It's going to be a great time full of lots of fun activities, all for a great cause that supports several local charities. To register for play or sponsorship, or for more information about the Duck Drop, visit www.GreatDamDuckDrop.com. You can also com by the Arrowhead Title office to buy tickets for the Duck Drop. We look forward to seeing you there!



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