Canada’s Anne-Catherine Tanguay joins Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru

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Anne-Catherine Tanguay (Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru is pleased to welcome LPGA Tour member Anne-Catherine Tanguay as a program ambassador. She joins Alena Sharp, Rebecca-Lee Bentham and Evanka Osmak as representatives for the Golf Canada program.

Tanguay, who made her debut on the LPGA Tour last month at the LOTTE Championship in Hawaii, is a former Golf Canada National Development team and National Amateur team member. Hailing from Quebec City, Tanguay is proud to back a program that promotes women’s golf in support of a great cause.

“I am pleased to be an ambassador of Golf Canada’s Golf Fore the Cure program,” said Tanguay. “Pairing women’s golf along with the Canadian Cancer Society and the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation is a great initiative and I’m thrilled to be joining the team.”

Committed to growing women’s participation in the sport, the program has included over 100,000 participants throughout its 12 seasons. Over that period, Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru has raised over $5.4 million dollars in support of breast cancer research.

This year, adidas Canada has signed on as the exclusive apparel partner of the program, and will provide a free adidas uniform to each event coordinator and a $100 gift card for to be awarded to the top fundraiser of each event.

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