Group Health Centre Pharmacy Charity Golf Classic 2018

Registration is now open for the 17th Anunual Group Health Centre Pharmacy Charity Golf Classic taking place on Friday, July 20th at Crimson Ridge Golf Course in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
As one of the longest-running golf tournaments in the Sault Ste. Marie area, this annual event has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Group Health Centre Trust Fund. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will go towards surgical equipment for over 80,000 patients that Group Health Centre serves. We hope you will join us for a fantastic tournament in support of a great cause.
Sponsoring the Tournament
Check out our sponsorship form for information about how you can become a sponsor of the 2018 Group Health Centre Pharmacy Charity Golf Classic tournament. All major sponsorship levels include free entry of a team into the tournament, and other levels include perks like on-course signage, advertising in the Player Program, and recognition on the GHC website.
New to this year’s package we’re also giving you the option to receive exposure Off the Course throughout Group Health Centre for an additional 7 months. We’re proud of our partners, and want to show it off around our Centre.
Playing in the Tournament
Your registration fee of $160 per player or $640 per foursome includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, a light breakfast, lunch, and an awards dinner with live music. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place teams in the Men’s, Women’s and Mixed categories. There will also individual contests throughout the course, and a hole-in-one prize up for grabs at every Par 3 hole.
To register, please visit or call 705-759-5530. The registration deadline is Friday, July 6th.

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