Charity 2017

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22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Friday September 8, 2017

Presentation of 2017 cheque to BC Cancer Foundation

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Write up on successful tournament of Sept. 9 2016-Richmond News

List of sponsors  for the 2017 Tournament

Announcement regarding prostate cancer clinical trials December 2015

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As members of a senior men’s golf club, we, and our Sponsor, The LOHN FOUNDATION, hope to return some benefits to the community in which we live by holding our 22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, September 8, 2017, for Prostate Cancer Research of the B.C. Cancer Foundation.

The event is run entirely by our members and volunteers with 100 percent of net proceeds going directly to the Charity. From 1996 to 2016 we have raised over $1,000,000. Every penny we raise goes directly to the scientist without any administration charges. Last year, 2016, we raised over $100,000 for prostate cancer research.

We would gratefully accept any amount of support in the form of product prizes or cash donations for our Charity of the Year.

Charity Tournament Chairman

Doug Parmenter,  Chairman,     604-279-9065

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Cash Contribution Levels are: Flags with the sponsor’s name and logo can be purchased as follows:
Gold $3,000
Silver $1,000
Bronze $500
Hole-in-one $250 4 per hole A tee box flag $250
A greens flag $250
A greens and tee box flag $400

Where applicable and in accordance with Revenue Canada regulations governing charitable donations tax receipts from the B.C. Cancer Foundation will be issued.

All contributors will also receive a special mention and a sincere ‘Thank You’ in the local press following the event.

Or you may choose to “Sponsor” any one of 18 prize holes for Men’s or Women’s “Hole-In-One”, “Closest-To-The-Pin” or “Long Drive” awards or one of three major raffle prizes.

Please help our Club to make a difference in today’s fast paced society by returning something to those not so fortunate. On behalf of our members, volunteers and The LOHN FOUNDATION.

Contributions can be made to Country Meadows Charity Golf Classic 2015 and returned to The Country Meadows Senior Men’s Golf Club. Mailing address is BOX #224 185-9040 Blundell Road, , Richmond, B.C. V6Y 1K3

Entry Details

Fees

The Charity Tournament is limited to 27 teams of 5 players with a minimum of two ladies or two men per team.
Cost:

Single $125.00

Twosome $250.00

Threesome $375.00

Foursome (includes at least one lady) $500.00

Fivesomes (includes at least two ladies or two men) $625.00

The fee includes a round of golf, a sit down lunch in the clubhouse and a prize for all participants.

Single and partial teams will be combined at the discretion of the Tournament Committee.

In accordance with Revenue Canada regulations for charity events where prizes are awarded, no tax receipts will be issued for entry fees. A tax receipt can only be issued for any cash donation exclusive of entry fees. Since this a charitable event we regret no refund is possible.

Start Time

Check in is 7:00 am with a shotgun start at 8:00 am. Expected time of play is 4 hours, with lunch starting about 1 pm.

Upon arrival please check the Team Board to find your name and team number and your starting tee box.

Teams with fewer than five players due to cancellations, no shows, etc may play but will be disqualified from team prizes and trophies.

The Rules of Play

1. All players tee off from the white tees.

2. Team members to decide which is the best played ball and mark it with a marker.

3. All players play their own second ball from the marked position.

4. Repeat this marking and playing procedure until the green is reached.

5. Once the green is reached mark the best green position and all players putt in from there using their own ball until one ball is holed.

6. The score is recorded as a “team score” on one line of the score card.

7. Each player must have a minimum of three tee shots (15), the remaining three at the team’s discretion.

8. Only the first hole-in-one will be counted.

9. For kp’s the ball must come to rest on the putting green on the player’s first stroke.

10. For the longest drive the ball must land on the fairway being played.