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Els for Canada Golf Challenge - Richmond Country Club - Monday June 17, 2019

 

Richmond Country Club, an A.V. Macan designed course, has become known as one of British Columbia's premiere golf venues. Set within the greenbelt of the agricultural land reserve, this championship level golf course is known for its tree lined fairways, well-positioned bunkers, and its signature raised, undulating greens.  The variety of tees allows all levels of golfers to enjoy this beautifully conditioned course.  Your round on this private golf course will be unforgettable!

 

Event Chairs - Andy Cobbold and Don Wakefield

 

andy.cobbold@sap.com

don.wakefield@sap.com

 

Join us for a regional Golf Challenge event in Vancouver. Registration begins at 11:00 a.m. along with practice on the range. Gift bags will be provided for each participant and hole contests will take place on the course! After golf, all players are invited to a reception at the clubhouse where we will announce event winners and have a buffet.

 

Event Day Information

Use the helpful links below leading up to event day. Players will receive an email in advance of the event (one week before) with further details.

 

Event Details

 

Event Date:  Monday, June 17, 2019

Registration: 11:00 am

Lunch -  11:00 am – 12:45 pm

Tee off:  1:00 pm (seated in carts by 12:45)

Silent Auction: 11:00 am to  7:30 pm

Cocktails:  5:30 pm

Live Auction and Dinner:  6:30 pm

 

 

Event Location: Richmond Country Club, 9100 Steveston Highway, Richmond, B.C. V7A 1M5

 

Golf Course Website

 

For more information regarding the golf course, dress code, directions, etc:

www.richmondcc.ca

 

We like to thank our Organizer Sponsors

 

 

 

and our National Sponsors

Contact Els for Autism Canada

 

c65 Robinhood Drive

Dundas, ON

L9H 4G2

Canada

 

Phone: 561-320-9520

Els for Autism is a game-changing resource, delivering and facilitating programs that are leading examples of what can be available to people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).