Golf tournament aims to help troubled youth

July 29, 2014 by  

The Frontenac Best Ball Invitational golf tournament is being held this August in Pickering.

It is the 9th year that this event – which is a fundraiser for the Frontenac Youth Services – has been held. The organization provides mental health services for emotionally disturbed youth and those with behavioral problems; provided services involve school and community programs, crisis management, and residential and day programs.

The tournament will be emceed by Joe Tilley. Fees include lunch, dinner, 18 rounds of golf, the use of carts, games on the course, live and silent auctions, and raffles. All golfers will also receive a welcome gift. The dinner will celebrate winners of the games, and someone will win a new car.

This event will likely attract a lot of businesspersons from the Pickering area. With that in mind, many of them may place a new business card printing order before attending. There will be time to briefly discuss business over lunch, dinner, or on the golf course, and cards can easily be tucked into a golf bag for easy access.

The Frontenac Best Ball Invitational golf tournament will take place at the Cherry Downs Golf and Country Club on August 14 from 12:00 – 8:00 PM. Fees are $160 per golfer or $35 for dinner only. To learn more about the event, or about Frontenac Youth Services, call 905-579-1551.