Chance to swing away for a day

BrainTrust Canada will benefit from your golfing—and fundraising—playing 100 holes on Sept. 12.

BrainTrust Canada is still seeking golfers and volunteers for its last Pihl Law Corporation Golf Marathon fundraiser in support of brain injury education and prevention.

The event takes place Friday, Sept. 12, at the Okanagan Golf Club’s Bear course.

Participating golfers can “golf a little or golf a lot,” up to 100 holes.

The value of the day is more than $500 with individual golf carts, meals all day, fun activities on all the holes including a mini massage, taco hole, hoe down hole and more.

Participants also have the chance to win $50,000 in hole in ones courtesy of Harmony Honda, Kelowna Rockets and Avalon Event Rentals, plus a Million Dollar Hole in One courtesy of Capri Insurance. Interested golfers can contact Magda Kapp at or call 250-762-3233, local 115.


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