Sink One For Jake

Golf Tournament

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Royal Ontario Golf Club

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Welcome,

Following the success of our inaugural Sink One for Jake Golf Tournament last year, we are eager and excited to bring the same unparalleled energy and enthusiasm, with the aspiration of creating equal opportunities in employment, education, training, and housing initiatives for young adults ​with Down syndrome in our communities. We are thankful for your support in our efforts to bring focus to the abilities of these unique individuals and would be delighted to have you in attendance again – as a sponsor, a player or both!

Foundation Co-Chairs – Grant Furlane & Darryl Sittler

Special Guest: Dave Tiger Williams
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Dave “Tiger” Williams was born on February 3 1954, in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. He played junior hockey with the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Canadian Hockey League (WCHL) and was well known for both his scoring abilities and on-ice toughness. He scored over 50 goals in his final year in junior but also had 300+ penalty minutes. He was drafted in the second round, #31 overall in the 1974 NHL amateur draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs. He joined the team part way through the 1974-75 and had an immediate impact bringing toughness to the team. The 1970s NHL was a tough league where the Leafs often went head to head with their arch rivals, the Broadstreet Bullies from Philadelphia.

Tiger Williams spent the decade of the 1970s in Toronto, manning the enforcer role while still scoring around 20 goals and 40 points per season. Tiger was a fan favourite not only for his fighting abilities but because after scoring a goal, he would ride his hockey stick down the length of the ice. In early 1980 him and Jerry Butler were traded by the Leafs to the Vancouver Canucks for Bill Derlago and Rick Vaive. He had his best year in 1980-81 with the Canucks scoring 35 goals and 27 assists for 62 points and adding 343 minutes in penalties. He spent some time in 1984 with the Detroit Red Wings organization before playing for four seasons with the Los Angeles Kings. In 1987 he was traded by the Kings to the Hartford Whalers for cash and ended his career at the end of that season. At the end of his 14-year NHL career, Tiger is the league’s all-time leader in regular season penalty minutes with 3,966.

Special Guest: Connor Brown
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Connor Brown started his hockey career with the Toronto Marlies in 2013 quickly earning himself a name, winning the AHL Rookie scoring title and compiling a notable score track. Brown went onto to join the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2016,continuing his impressive success on the ice. It’s not doubt he’s on the fast track to becoming a leader on the young Leafs roster

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Event Details

Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017

Registration Opens: 11:00AM

Shotgun Start: 1:00PM

4 Person Scramble

Price: $275/Golfer

What’s Included?
  • 18 holes of championship golf with cart

  • Amazing lunch and dinner

  • Cocktail Hour

  • Halfway House @ the 9’s

  • Prizes - Best & worst golfers, 1st & 2nd runners up

  • Socialize with the individuals you are supporting

  • Silent Auction

  • Longest Drive Competition (Front 9 & Back 9)

  • Closest to the pin Competition (Front 9 & Back 9)

Lunch: 11:00AM

Dinner: 6:00PM

Awards Presentation: 8:30PM

Longest Drive Competition

Competitors will have 2m45s to complete their set of six (6) balls. Distances are measured from the tee line to the farthest point of the golf ball. A ball must land in and stay in to be counted.

Closet to Pin

On a designated par-3 hole, tee shots that find the green are measured throughout the day for distance from the flagstick. At the end of the day, the golfer with the best tee shot – the one whose ball was closest to the pin – wins a prize.

Royal Ontario Golf Club

6378 Trafalgar Rd, Hornby, Ontario L0P 1E0

Nearest Hotel

Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale

6750 Mississauga Rd,
Mississauga, ON, Canada
L5N 2L3

Online Registration
$275.00

Golfer Registration (CAD)

Please add a ticket for each member of your team up to a maximum of 4, then select the Book Ticket button. The tickets will be added to your cart. Once registration and payment are captured you will receive a pdf download of your tickets. Please print your tickets and bring them with you to the golf tournament.

Don’t have a PayPal account? No problem! Choose the “Pay with Credit Card” option on the payment page.

$275.00

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2017 Sink One For Jake Sponsors
 
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