Milton event aims to raise much-needed funds for RMHC’s initiatives for families with sick children.
MILTON (ON) June 9, 2022: The highly anticipated Fix Network Masters Golf Tournament is back this summer after a two-year hiatus. The 13th edition of the popular sporting event takes place next Tuesday, June 14, at Milton’s well-known Greystone Golf Club.
As in previous editions, amateur golfers across Fix Network’s large family of franchise partners, insurers, suppliers, industry partners and corporate team members will head to the green for a friendly tee-off to support Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). All proceeds from the tournament will go towards supporting RMHC’s programs across Canada.
Daryll O’Keefe, Regional Vice-President-Ontario, Fix Network, said, “We are very excited about the return of the Fix Network Masters Golf Tournament and welcoming our partners on the course once again. Aside from the fun and socializing, the event is about reconnecting and reuniting with our friends in the network, but more importantly, it is about supporting our community.”
The Fix Network Masters Golf Tournament will see players battling it out for the top honours throughout the day, including winning foursome, longest drives, and closest to the pin contests. The event will also feature an air cannon where players can ‘pay to play’ to raise additional funds for RMHC.
“Everything is lining up for this year’s tournament to be a fantastic one,” O’Keefe said. “The Greystone Golf Club offers a spectacular course, and I am confident that our players and teams can look forward to a good game next week.”
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