Vaughan’s mayor to host annual charity golf classic

July 31, 2017 by  

Vaughan is a city that is definitely ‘on the grow’, and Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua will be hosting an outdoor celebration of all that makes the city special.

Mayor Bevilacqua will once again be hosting his annual charity golf classic, which draws golfers who want to support their community, at the Eagles Nest Golf Club. The format for the tournament will be a single shotgun, and for those who want to test their skill even further, there will be longest drive, closet to the pin and hole-in-one competition.

According to the organizers, one of the highlights of the occasion will be the helicopter ball drop, where an aircraft will drop a large basket of numbered balls onto the 18th hole, and the closest one to the pin will be the winner.

The event, which first stated back in 2011, raises money that will be donated to more than 150 different community service organizations and other not-for-profit groups. So far, it has been able to contribute more than $6.2m to various initiatives. Promotional products such as hand towels, golf and T-shirts, pens and water bottles can all be custom printed with the logo design of an event like this, and these can be given to golfers to thank them for their support.

The golf classic has been planned for September 25, and both further details and an opportunity to register can be found on the City’s website.