TO THE JUNGLE…..….
IN SUPPORT OF ELS FOR AUTISM CANADA
THE LEDUC GOLF CLUB PROUDLY PRESENTS IT’S FIRST ANNUAL:
G&B PORTABLE FABRIC BUILDINGS
RUMBLE IN LEDUC PRO AM
in support of Els for Autism Canada
Friday June 28th 1 pm Shotgun & Saturday June 29th 1 pm Shotgun
Tournament Purse: $30,000
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We are pleased to announce Els for Autism Canada as our 2019 Pro Am benefactor. This was an easy choice given the Leduc Golf Club’s current partnership with the FXG Academy and their work to promote autism awareness.
The Els for Autism Foundation was established in 2009 by Ernie and Liezl Els to focus on the issue of autism. The Els son Ben is profoundly impacted by the disorder which affects 1 in 68 children in the U.S. For the last four years the world class pro golfer and his wife have devoted their efforts to a catalytic philanthropic project - The Els Center of Excellence. The first of its kind Center will focus on a digital e- learning platform that gives children on the spectrum around the world access to best practices in education and therapy. It will also help connect the international autism community with best practices and the very latest information and research. The 26 acre facility will also have an on-site education for 300 students ages 3-21, medical and professional services, research, transition to adulthood, adult living and on-site job training. The Foundation has launched a capital campaign to raise $30 million to finance the facility; the Els' have committed $6 million of their own money.
The Leduc Golf Club is proud to announce Rig Hand Craft Distillery as a Pro Am partner
"Rig Hand Craft Distillery is in the unique position of being the first craft distillery in the greater Edmonton area. Our family business makes vodka, flavoured vodka, gin, whisky, gin, brum and a variety of liqueurs that are locally sourced, produced, and distributed. Our main grain supplier is Great West Farms, a fourth generation farm located two miles from the distillery.
Our aim is to be a leader in the craft industry and foster partnerships with other local businesses while producing the highest quality spirits possible for our customers. We offer tours and tastings daily during regular business hours and evening/weekend tours are available by appointment."
$450 Entry Fee ($350 registration fee and a $100 donation to els for autism canada)
Stroke play (no handicaps)
$7500 to Tournament Champion
Top 20 Professionals will be paid out
Leduc Golf Club Members: $250 Entry Fee ($200 registration fee and a $50 donation to els for autism canada)
Guest Entries: $350 Entry Fee ($300 registration fee and a $50 donation to els for autism canada)
Must have current PGA of Canada Professional approved RCGA Handicap Factor to compete
Net Stableford par points using 75% of current RCGA Handicap
Top 20 Amateurs will be paid out
3,2,1 Stableford System
1 PGA of Canada Professional and 3 Amateurs to a team
Top 10 Teams will be paid out
What is the stableford format?
A player scores one point for a bogey, two for par, three for a birdie, four for an eagle and five for an albatross. You win a competition by scoring the most points overall. On an amateur level, if a player takes six shots on a par-four hole but is entitled to a shot because of his handicap, his net score is five earning him 1 point for the net bogey. Players will receive shot based on 75% of their RCGA handicap. A player may pick up his ball once he has reached a net double or more on a hole as no points are rewarded at this point #paceofplay
The 3,2,1 Stableford System refers to the team scoring side. On the first hole your best 3 scores count towards your team total, on hole 2 your best 2 scores count and on hole 3 your best solo score counts for your team points. This rotation continues on for your 18 hole round #birdiejuice
DAY 1 - Friday june 28
11:00 am - Registration and light lunch. Complimentary range balls will be provided on range for warm up.
1:00 pm - Round 1 Shotgun Start
6:00 pm - Dinner
7:30 pm - Sponsor Exclusive Shootout 18th Hole
A tee box will be dropped at the 100 yard plate on our finishing 18th hole
Kegs and grandstands will be placed behind the 18th green to keep the gallery…vocal…..
Our 18 holes sponsors, title and charity reps will face off for a Champions Package valued at over $2000 (A scotty cameron putter, 2020 Oilers tickets, various gift cards and much much more…..)
8:30 pm - Two tier Pro Am Participant Cash Shootout 18th Hole
The tee box will remain at the 100 yard plate on our beautiful 18th hole
Anyone may enter, Professionals will compete for one cash pool and Amateurs for another
Purse will be based off how many enter $20 a ball or 3 for $50
9:00 pm - Event Barn will be open for evening social as well as outdoor bonfire. Cash bar will be available.
DAY 2 - Saturday june 29
11:00 am - Breakfast sandwiches and Caesar Bar. Complimentary range balls will be provided on range for warm up.
1:00 pm - Round 2 Shotgun Start
6:00 pm - Dinner
7:00 pm - Awards Ceremony and Cheque Presentations
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Early registration is currently active and open to Leduc Golf Club Members only, with a nonmember guest waiting list being made available. There is currently room for 55 Members to participate.
As a Leduc Golf Club Member you have until April 1st to register with a valid credit card
Entrants are welcome to register in groups of 3! All 3 registrants are required to provide a valid credit card number attached to their registration.
On April 2nd this event will be made open to guest participation, and priority will be given to those on the guest waiting list. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest to be placed on the guest waiting list.
There are currently 25 sponsor exemptions available. Please call James Whitton 780-986-8009 or Chad Feener (780)986-4653 to discuss sponsorship opportunities.
● Valid credit cards will need to be provided for all registrations to be accepted
● Your credit card will be charged 2 weeks prior to the event (June 14th)
● On June 15th or later a 50% cancellation fee will apply should you have to withdraw