The 17th annual Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru National Event concluded the fundraising season with close to 100 women taking to Islington Golf Club in Etobicoke, Ont. The group event included 18 holes of golf, raffles, prizing and games to celebrate the efforts of thousands of participants from coast-to-coast.
Established in 2003, the program has since raised over $7.2 million in fundraising with 100 percent of the proceeds going towards the Canadian Cancer Society and the Québec Breast Cancer Foundation.
“The remarkable efforts from volunteers, site coordinators, and our partners at Subaru, the Canadian Cancer Society and Québec Breast Cancer Foundation continue to be a driving force behind the achievements of Golf Fore the Cure,” said Kara Anthony, Golf Canada’s female participation coordinator. “We’re excited for next season and the continued growth of women’s golf in Canada.”
Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru was created to drive women’s participation in golf through the use of fun, non-intimidating activities. Through a unique partnership structure with the Canadian Cancer Society and Québec Breast Cancer Foundation, the program has women across the country participating in golf activities and raising money and awareness for a cause close to Canadian hearts—the fight against breast cancer.
The top three fundraising teams
|TOP FUNDRAISING SITES 2021|
|Golf NB Provincial Event||$33,199.44||Marilyn Pollock|
|Oakville Golf Club||$19,065.80||Dee Bond|
|TOP FUNDRAISING SITES 2020|
|Golf NB Provincial Event||$20,296.25||Barb Goguen/Marleen Embleton|
|The Links at Penn Hill (NS)||$9,965.23||Maureen Sturgeon|
|RattleSnake Point Golf Club||$9,320||Lorelle Weavers|
The Canadian golf industry generates $330M in philanthropic dollars generated at more than 51,000 tournaments and charitable golf events.
Subaru Canada has been a proud partner of Golf Fore the Cure since 2007.
To learn how to get involved with Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru, visit golfcanada.ca/golfforethecure