Team Brad Jacobs To Host 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Brad Jacobs Sizes up the greens

Team Brad Jacobs is looking forward to their 6th Annual Century 21 Charity Golf Classic, which will raise money for the Sault Area Hospital Foundation (Maternal Child Fund), Team Jacobs “Follow Your Dreams” Bursary for Algoma University, Junior Golf and Junior Curling.

The event will take place at the Sault Ste. Marie Golf Club on July 20th, at 11:00am, with registration starting at 9:00am.

Entry is $250 a player or $1000 a team, and includes 18 holes of golf, lunch at the course, a tournament gift (which Jacobs assures is really awesome), shared cart, a ticket to the dinner and auction which will follow at the Machine Shop.

This year, the tournament will allow five players per team, so more people can enjoy the fun for a few great causes.

Jacobs explained, “Last year, over the five-year span, we proudly raised over $100,000, usually averaging about $30,000 per year. It is a great opportunity to mix and mingle and we try to give everyone the opportunity to meet us and hang out with us, and our celebrity guests, too.”

Celebrities that will be joining the tournament who have been announced so far are as follows;

  • Curtis Joseph, also known as ‘Cujo’, one of legendary goalie of the 90’s, who played for the St. Louis Blues, the Edmonton Oilers, and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
  • Scott Moir, Olympic champion ice-dancer, who most recently won gold in ice dance with Tessa Virtue at the 2018 Winter Olympic games.
  • Jim Ralph, best known for his comical impersonations of famous Canadian sportscasters, will be emceeing the event.
  • Colin Miller, Saultite who has played for the L.A Kings and the Boston Bruins, will be back at the tournament this year as well.

Not into golf? No worries. Interested guests will also have the opportunity to attend the dinner at the Machine Shop and the silent auction separately.

Jacobs stated, “The support from the community has been amazing, especially the last three or four years. We’ve alway’s been full, we’ve had a waiting list, and it’s been a lot of fun.”

He continued, “Now is the time to register, we are looking to fill up to have a good time, and the charities really are near and dear to our hearts.”

Registration information can at the event’s Facebook page, as well as below;

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