Benefiting cancer research since 1977
Every August since the summer of 1977, the Killebrew-Thompson Memorial in Sun Valley, Idaho has gathered hundreds of individuals including celebrities, members of Congress, professional athletes, corporate sponsors, participants and volunteers around one common goal:
Find a cure for cancer
The tournament was founded by Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew and Congressman Ralph Harding in memory of the Minnesota Twins shortstop, Danny Thompson who died of leukemia at the young age of 29. Through their hard work and the dedication of their supporters, the KTM is now considered one of the leading cancer research fundraisers of its kind.
The Killebrew-Thompson Memorial raises money for cancer research through annual fundraising events.
Join a 45-year tradition, taking a swing at cancer.
Rock out and raise the roof for a worthy cause.
Take a swing at cancer and compete from any course.
Swing at Cancer Tournaments
Play in a ‘satellite’ tournament hosted in a city near you
Promote your brand and support cancer research.
Sign up to play in an in-person or remote KTM golf tournament.
Pledge your support to life-saving cancer research.