2005 TWO MAN TEAM CHALLENGE FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT JUNIOR GOLF ANNOUNCEDIn 2004, Kurt Russell (on right) lent his support to the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour at the first MJT Two-Man Team Challenge fundraiser at the beautiful Crown Isle Golf Resort in Courtenay, BC for juniors? travel expenses to international events. The second annual Team Challenge promises to be a fun-filled, rewarding experience for everyone who gets involved!
TWO-MAN TEAM CHALLENGE
FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT JUNIOR GOLF
Tuesday, May 31 ? Wednesday, June 1, 2005
Crown Isle Golf Resort
Much, much more than just a round of golf!
The MJT Two Man Team Challenge is a perfect 2 day excursion!
Depart from Vancouver like you would for work early morning then arrive on Vancouver Island for 36 hours of golf, meals, accommodations, instruction, draws, a lot of fun and networking among top business executives, golf professionals and even Hollywood and local celebrities. Return home on Wednesday evening and you?ll be back before they even realize you?ve been gone!
Tournament Entry Includes:
? Two rounds of golf at Crown Isle Resort,
including golf carts and unlimited range balls
? One night luxury 4-1/2 star accommodations,
double occupancy, at the Villas at Crown Isle
? All Meals
? Free shuttle via Comox Airport
? Team Skins
? Team 2 Man Calcutta
? $40,000 in Prizes
? Ray Stewart, PGA Tour Veteran On Site
? Dean Spriddle, Canadian PGA Teacher of the Year 2002 on Site
? Master of Ceremonies Glen Hanlon, Washington Capitals Head Coach
? Driving Range Entertainment Hour
? McKeachie?s MOJO 730 Sports Radio live broadcast
? McKeachie?s Reverse Draw
? Tee Gifts & Prizes
36 Holes, two-man teams, net par points.
1st Round: One best net ball;
2nd Round: two-man total net par points ?
one point for net bogey, two points for net par, etc.
Maximum of 22 foursomes.
George Melville, Boston Pizza
Ted Ticknor, Mr. Lube
Murray Poje, Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour
Email the MJT for answers at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 604-943-1645 or 1-877-859-GOLF for more information.
CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS ALSO AVAILABLE
or contribute with a donation for the live auction, tee gifts or prizes.
All proceeds benefit Junior Golf.
The non-profit Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour (MJT) is successfully fulfilling its mandate to develop junior golf in Canada as evidenced by the growth in the program to 40 junior tournaments across the country in 2005 and the achievements of its members in national and international competition. The Two-Man Team Challenge will contribute toward travel assistance funding to send junior golf teams and MJT members to international competitions in 2005, including the International Junior Masters in New York; the FCWT National Championship at PGA West, La Quinta, CA; the International Team Competition in Mexico; and to bring juniors from across Canada to the MJT Boston Pizza National Tour Championship.