Thank you to all our sponsors! McHale's Catering ~ Midway Cafe ~ Highland Event Center ~ Sibcy Cline, Fort Mitchell ~ Tony Manyet & The Leftover's ~ Dave May ~ Brian Schwalbach ~ Kroger ~ Andy Hess ~ Enviromental Demoltion Group ~ Loveland Excavating & Paving ~ Art's Rental Tool ~ TQ Constructors ~ H/R Real Estate ~ Executive Airport Shuttle ~ The Appliance Loft ~ Century Construction Inc ~ Mr and Mrs Thomas Meyer ~ Johnston Supply ~ Greater Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning ~ Mark Collier ~ THe Sprague, Enslen, Rust, Schulte, Schlotter, Riddle Families ~ Celeste, Rob, Clarke and Margo Theis, ~ Erin and Frank Benton ~ Twin Cove Lake & Marina ~ Dental Blu ~ Jim & Gina Wrobleski ~D Michelle E. Story D.M.D ~ THe Downard Family ~ The Sutkamp Family


Supporting local families in fighting cancer
through the generosity of our community.


In 2007, Luke Muller was diagnosed with lymphoma. Family and friends started this golf outing as a day to let loose, have fun, and monetarily support the Muller Family. Today, Luke is blessed to be perfectly healthy, but the Outing founders wanted to provide for more local families in this same way, so the outing continues and gets bigger every year. In 2010, the LMGO teamed up with FTP, a community service oriented 501c3. Now, the outing is not only a blessing to families fighting cancer, it's also tax deductible!

2017 was one of the biggest events. We need your help to make 2018 even better.

2018 LMGO Beneficiaries

All proceeds from The 12th Annual Luke Muller Golf Outing and After Party will benefit Luke Knapke and Whitney Sutkamp.

Super Luke Knapke

Six year old Luke Knapke was diagnosed at the age of 2 1/2 with Pilomuxoid Astrocytoma. A tumor the size of a kiwi in the middle of his brain. They placed shunts to relieve the pressure and he started chemotherapy. A second tumor was then discovered. After being deemed stable, Luke was able to take a break in his treatment. But, during his quarterly MRI in Feb. 2018 it showed that his original tumor had started to grow again and 2 new spots were discovered. His current treatment plan is a daily chemo pill for up to two years. Through all of this, he has remained the happiest little boy.

Whitney Sutkamp

On February 14 of this year Whitney was diagnosed with Synovial Cell Sarcoma, a rare form of Cancer. This is a battle that Whitney unfortunately is familiar with as she battled Rhabdomyosarcoma at the age of 4. Whitney has months of treatment in her future that will have her in and out of Children's Hospital and unable to work, followed by radiation treatments. Whitney proves every day that she is a fighter and does so with a smile and positive attitude.