September 18 @ 11:00 am - 8:00 pm$210
It’s almost that time of year! Head to the driving range, make plans to clean off your clubs – the Annual Golf Tournament is just around the corner! This year we’re trying a new course – Brantford Golf & Country Club, the 4th oldest course in North America. The private golf course is consistently rated in the Top 100 golf courses in Canada and is the home course for PGA player David Hearn and LPGA player Alena Sharp.
Depending on the number of confirmed participants, the event will be a “shotgun” starting at 11:00 am or individual tee times commencing at 11:00 am. The event is limited to 144 participants.
For more information, check out the PEO Golf Tourney Course Poster as well.
4 person scramble
Golf, power cart, boxed lunch on course, ProShop voucher, dinner and prizes
Register Now! Deadline Aug 18
Please register below. Please note that a deposit to hold the event has been made by the Chapter and if the event needs to be cancelled due to insufficient number of players, it must be done so at least 30 days in advance of the event or the deposit is forfeited. Therefore, once a decision to hold the event is made by August 18th, no refunds will be issued if the event is confirmed to proceed with the club.
Become a Sponsor
Should you or your company wish to sponsor some part of the tournament (i.e. closest to the pin, longest drive, etc.) or donate a prize to the prize table, the Hamilton-Burlington Chapter would be most grateful. Please email Jeff Shannon, P.Eng., MBA at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
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We are looking forward to a very successful day on this championship level golf course, followed by a superb meal at the clubhouse! See you on the 1st tee
- Jeff Shannon, P. Eng, MBA – email@example.com
- Aubrey Friedman, P. Eng. – firstname.lastname@example.org
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