Team Cornwall, Mayor and Council Golf Day Set to Tee OffAugust 16, 2013
Cornwall Ontario – The popular Team Cornwall, Mayor and Council Golf Fun Day will be held on Wednesday, September 11th, 2013 at Summerheights Golf Links.
The tournament has been a sell-out for the past seven years, with close to 150 golfers making their way to the green to support Cornwall’s unique ambassadorial program. The tournament unites out-of-town guests, our Mayor and Council, Team Cornwall ambassadors, and supporters for a day of networking and fun. The Team Cornwall, Mayor and Council Golf Fun Day has become one of the premiere networking events of the year.
“Last year, we were honoured with celebrity guests that included local Olympian Christina Julien, CTV Hosts Jeff Hopper and Kurt Stoodley, and boxing champion and Teen Cornwall Co-Chair Tony Luis,” said Gilles Latour, Chair of Team Cornwall. “We’re excited to see which special guests will join us this year!”
The tournament will feature a continental breakfast at 9 a.m., followed by a Shotgun Start at 10:00 a.m. Lunch will be included, as well as a buffet supper around 4:00 p.m. Space is limited to the first 144 golfers, so register early to secure your spot!
Registration fees are $125 per golfer, which includes breakfast, 18 holes, cart, lunch and a buffet dinner.
Click here for the Registration Form
As with previous years, when planning your foursome for this event, organizers strongly encourage you to include at least one out-of-town golfer on your team. This provides a great chance to introduce your guest(s) to our community and allow them the opportunity to network with many local leaders.
“The Golf Fun Day is a great way to support Team Cornwall and to showcase Cornwall to those outside of our community,” said Mayor Bob Kilger. “We are always happy to take part and to recognize the great efforts of our countless ambassadors.”
About Team Cornwall
Team Cornwall is a unique organization that exists to spread the word about Cornwall’s positive attributes as a city in which to live and do business. Team Members use their own networks to deliver timely information about the community and its growing development opportunities, and in doing so, act as ambassadors for the City’s economic development effort.
The proceeds of the tournament will go towards offsetting the costs of Team Cornwall’s ambassadorial efforts. The not-for-profit organization hosts a number of events throughout the year and maintains a popular website. In addition, Team Members travel the world to promote Cornwall, at their own cost.