Elmhurst Invitational to offer Canadian Men’s Amateur exemptions

May 07, 2014

by: Elmhurst Invitational/ Golf Canada

The 2014 Elmhurst Invitational golf tournament will offer two exemptions into the 2014 Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship.

As part of Elmhurst’s 100-year celebration the invitational will run from June 27-29th, 2014 and is expecting to draw its strongest field ever.

Invitations will be extended to top caliber players from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, North Dakota and Minnesota. To entice players to enter, fully paid exemptions to the 2014 Canadian Men’s Amateur to be hosted by Elmhurst Golf & Country Club from August 2–7, 2014 will be awarded to the top-two finishers at the conclusion of the Elmhurst Invitational.

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The Elmhurst Invitational was created to fill a gap that was left behind when the Manitoba Amateur Golf Tour ceased to exist.

“Top ranked players in Manitoba were saddened by the demise of the amateur tour,” said John Multan a long time member and founder of the ElmhurstInvitational. “As a former player, there were not enough competitive events left to play in and we were hungry for some competition. After discussing the concept with other competitive golfers, Elmhurst decided to step up to the plate and fill this gap.”

Since its inception in 2004, the Elmhurst Invitational has succeeded in its goal to supply competitive golfers with a golf course and a field that truly tests everyone who plays in it.

For further information on the Elmhurst Invitational, please contact Dave McMillan, Director of Golf, Elmhurst Golf and Country Club by phone at (204) 222-5511.

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