Golf Fore the Cure celebrates success at 11th annual National Event

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On Monday, over 100 enthusiastic ladies took part in the annual Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru National Event. The celebration, now in its 11th year, consisted of a full day’s activities on the facilities of Carrying Place Golf & Country Club, a semi-private club in King, Ont.

Participants included program sponsors, female members of Carrying Place, corporate teams and Canada’s top fundraising sites. The ladies battled cold weather conditions upon morning arrival but were thankful to be greeted by warm fall sunshine to start the 18-hole shotgun round, featuring special sponsor challenges throughout.

While raising funds for breast cancer research, Golf Fore the Cure is dedicated to promoting female participation in the sport, regardless of prior experience or skill level. Above all, the day is a fun-filled celebration to thank everyone involved for their hard work and support of a sincere cause.


Subaru Canada has been the presenting partner for seven years running, and is truly the ‘driving’ force behind Golf Fore the Cure and all of its success.

This season, Golf Fore the Cure and all its participants raised over $300,000 to date in support of breast cancer research. The top three fundraising teams in Canada were given a special thanks for their contributions during Monday’s dinner ceremonies. In addition, Pamela Fralick, President & CEO of Canadian Cancer Society, joined the ladies for dinner and shared some inspiring words.

Lastly, the welcoming staff at Carrying Place Golf & Country Club helped make the event one to remember. To view pictures from the event, click here.

To learn more about Golf Fore the Cure, visit the website.