The event is a PGA of Ottawa initiative in partnership with community businesses that grants Golf Dreams to children with serious, life-threatening illnesses.
As a Pro-Am Event, each golfer plays in a group with a local PGA of Canada professional and has the opportunity to meet the Golf Dream candidates.
For more details and to register a team, contact Andrew Donaldson, director of golf operations at The Marshes, by phone 613.271.3530 or e-mail email@example.com.
Brooke Henderson to help $1Million hole-in-one fundraiser
The Riverside GM $1Million Hole-in-One Challenge fundraiser to benefit the Caring for Our Community Capital Campaign for the St. John Ambulance Brigade of Leeds-Grenville and Lanark will hold a media day and meet and greet with Brooke Henderson at the Sunnidell Golf and Learning Centre from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday.
Henderson is the honourary chair of the challenge.
The Smiths Falls native is the third ranked amateur golfer in the world. At 16-years-old, she is the 2013 Canadian Women's Amateur Champion, along with holding numerous other amateur titles.
The Riverside GM $1Million Hole-in-One Challenge will run from June 23-29 at Sunnidell.
Through the sponsorship of the Leeds and Grenville Insurance Brokers Association, seven finalists will have one shot at a $1Million on June 29.
If a hole-in-one is made by one of those seven finalists, the golfer will get $500,000 cash and the Caring for Our Community Capital Campaign will get $500,000.
For more details, contact David Dargie, campaign co-ordinator St. John Ambulance Brigade of Leeds-Grenville and Lanark Caring for Our Community Capital Campaign, by phone 613.803.5260 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.