Annual event has raised over $400k to date.
The twentieth annual Canadian Black Book Charity Golf Tournament raised $34,200 for the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation, putting the total raises since inception of the tournament in 1997 to over $400,000.
“Our tournament has become a favourite stop on the auto industry golf circuit and the golfers continue to really step up and give generously to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation,” said Brad Rome, President, Canadian Black Book.
Money was raised through the 144-player registrations, sponsorships and an auction where Toronto Maple Leafs tickets sold for $1,000, a dozen lobsters sold for $900, among other items, with all proceeds donated to the charity.
The sold out event was held at the Granite Golf Club in Stouffville, Ontario, and included a performance by Canadian comedian, Dave Hemstad.