F.U.B.A.R. Golf Classic 2020
Join us the our next F.U.B.A.R. “Golf Classic”
Sunday August 30th 2020
This is our 10th Year!!!
Guildford Golf & Country Club
(7929 152 Street, Surrey, BC)
With your love and support we are looking forward to growing our tournament and filling the 144 spots available AGAIN. This is an exciting opportunity to reach our goal of granting 3 wishes for families battling life critical illnesses.
Proceeds go to Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon, together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon has granted over 2,100 wishes in its more than 35 year history. The average wish costs $10,000, yhey grant a wish, on average, every three days to a child battling a critical illnesses, helping to put hope, strength, and joy into their journey. A wish is transformative not only for a wish child, but for the families that experience a critical illness together. Wishes heal.
The F.U.B.A.R. Golf Classic Best Ball Tournament is for men and women from all walks of life who want to help bring hope, joy and strength as we fundraise for a great cause.
REGISTRATION INCLUDES: Green Fee, Gift Bag, Raffle Ticket & Burger Banquet. Golf carts are reserved separately on a first come first serve basis.
11am Check-In | 11am-1pm Putting Contests | 1pm Shotgun Start
CONTESTS: Team Champion | Most Honest Team | Men’s & Women’s Best Dressed | Men’s & Women’s Closest to De Creek | Men’s & Women’s Reverse Drive | Men’s & Women’s Closest To The Pin | Dressed 3, $10,000 Hole-In-One Opportunities | Men’s & Women’s Longest Drive | Men’s & Women’s Longest Putt | Men’s & Women’s Putting Contest | Trophies | Prize Giveaways & More…
HOLE SPONSORSHIP: $350
For other Sponsorship Opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For donations only if you are unable to attend the event, click this link below, choose “In Honour Of” and specifiy “F.U.B.A.R. Golf Classic” or “Jaylen Sandhu Dreams Foundation” If you donate online you will recieve an autogenerated tax receipt and thank you.
“YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE GOOD TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE”