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Unison Golf Classic Needs You Teed Off

The charity golf tourney is teeing up heavyweights from the entertainment worlds in Vancouver, Ottawa and Montreal for two additional putter parties this summer.

Unison Golf Classic Needs You Teed Off

By FYI Staff


The Canadian Entertainment Charity Golf Classic, in support of The Unison Benevolent Fund, is teeing up heavyweights from the entertainment worlds in Vancouver,  Ottawa and Montreal by holding two regional tourneys of their own this summer.

 

2018 will be the 6th year of the Canadian Entertainment Charity Golf Classic which has raised more than $250,000 in support of the non-profit that provides discreet emergency relief to music industry personnel in times of personal hardship and crisis.

“I am excited that our industry peers in Vancouver, with the support of Dan Fraser (Nettwerk Management), and in Montreal/Ottawa with the support of Rubin Fogel (Rubin Fogel Productions), Geneviève Côté (SOCAN) and Erin Benjamin (Music Canada Live), have taken on the challenge to run tournaments in these markets to increase the awareness of  Unison and help raise much needed funds to help those in our community who are in need of crisis  relief”, said Derrick Ross,  Chairman, Unison Benevolent Fund.

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Tournament co-ordinator Brian Huston added: “We have had spectacular support from all facets of the entertainment industry, along with great partners in the business communities, who have allowed our Toronto tournament to be so successful. We know the same will happen in Vancouver and Montreal.  

"Our tournaments are designed to be fun social events for all levels of golfers, and we throw in some surprises throughout the day, so everyone has a chance to win prizes.”

The tournaments will take place at the following places and times:

Toronto - Wednesday, June 20 @ Lionhead Golf Club

Vancouver - Friday, June 22 @ Golden Eagle Golf Club

Montreal/Ottawa -Monday, July 9 @ Club De Golf Le Mirage ( Terrebonne, QC)

For additional information on registration on sponsorship packages available for each market, please go to www.golf4good.com

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