Will you be ready to play all day?

How many holes of golf could you play in a day? 36? 54?

What about 216?!

That’s how many holes last year’s winner played at the annual GI Society Golf Marathon.

With spring finally here and summer’s sunshine on the way, it’s time to start warming up for the GI Society’s infamous Golf Marathon this fall.

This year’s Golf Marathon will hit the fairways on Saturday, October 5, at Northview Golf and Country Club’s Ridge Course.

With community support and dedicated golfing participants like you, our most successful Golf Marathon event raised more than $66,000. Thank you for being a part of the team! We aim to make this year’s event an even greater success, with a target of $100,000 – that’s 40 players, each raising $2,500. We hope to see you again at this amazing event.

Please complete and submit the registration form so you can secure your place on the tee box.

Are there additional materials you’d like, such as electronic golf flyers, an excel spreadsheet of your past donors, or any other special requests? Please let us know – we want to support you however we can.

At the end of your Golf Marathon experience, we show our appreciation for your hard work and time by holding a lively draw during which every participant receives a great prize.

If you know someone who might like to play or donate a prize this year, please share our flyer or contact information. If you have any questions or comments, please call us at 604-875-4875. With a small, devoted staff in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montréal, and thousands of enthusiastic volunteers and supporters, the GI Society is making a difference in the health of Canadians.

Let’s get lined up for the best Golf Marathon yet!

Posted in 2013 News, News

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