Golf glory to raise funds for Winspear Centre

Winspear Cup underway this Sunday at Glen Meadows Golf and Country Club

Cash, prizes and bragging rights are at stake during the Winspear Cup.

Participants will compete in a fierce but friendly golf tournament at the Glen Meadows Golf and Country Club.

The Pro-Am Charity Event has been supported by the Winspear Family since the 1970s and this year funds raised by the event will support the SANSCHA Community Cultural Centre Foundation, the fundraising organization for the Mary Winspear Community Cultural Centre.

Sign up early to register your company, team or organization. Teams are entered on a first come, first-served basis. Each team of three will be matched with a professional golfer. They will provide golf tips and techniques throughout the 18-hole course.

All groups of players will tee off in a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. on July 17.

The event includes a day of golf plus dinner.

Visit www.marywinspear.ca or call 250-656-0275 for registration information.

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