Golf Fore the Cure raises $327k+ for breast cancer research in 2022

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Through the efforts of over 10,000 women, Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru raised over $327k for breast cancer research in 2022 at 112 events held across the country.

With another 10 Golf Fore the Cure events to come in the remainder of the golf season, we are looking forward to seeing this number build even higher.

Since the program’s inception in 2003, upwards of 130,000 women have raised over $7 million to date with all proceeds donated to the Canadian Cancer Society and the Québec Breast Cancer Foundation.

Over 100 women celebrated this year’s success at the 16th annual Golf Fore the Cure National Event at Lionhead Golf and Conference Center in Brampton, Ont.

The National Event included 18 holes of golf featuring raffles, prizing, and games, followed by an awards dinner to thank the 13,000 Golf Fore the Cure participants across Canada this year.


Le Club Laval-sur-le-lac$45,000.00
New Brunswick Provincial$40,627.39 
Vancouver Golf Club$20,431.18 
Sussex Golf & Curling Club$19,000.00 
Candle Lake Golf Resort$17,511.00 
Oakville Golf Club$16,623.00 
Glencairn Golf$15,989.05 
Club de Golf de L’Epiphanie$15,000
Westwood Plateau Golf$9,567.50 
Seven Spruce Golf Course$9,457.00 
Westfield Golf and Country Club$6,331.30 
Jasper Park Lodge$6,090.00 
Twin Willows Golf Club$5,785.50 
Antigonish Golf Club$5,000.00 
Mission Golf & Country Club$4,000.00 
Oakridge Golf Course Port Perry ON$3,913.00 
Edmonton Riverside Golf Club$3,833.50 
Golf Mentor Ladies League$3,548.00 
Cedar Glen (Williamsburg)$3,548.00 
Highland Pacific Golf$3,506.92 
Hardisty Lakeview Golf Course$3,435.00 

We would also like to thank our Provincial Golf Associations for their continued support in encouraging clubs to participate in Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru. Below is a breakdown of all the funds raised by province:

Totals Raised Per Province


Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru was created in 2003 by Golf Canada to drive women’s participation in the game of golf through the use of fun, non-intimidating activities. Through a unique partnership structure with the Canadian Cancer Society (and Québec Breast Cancer Foundation), the program has women across the country participating in golf activities and raising money and awareness for a cause close to Canadian hearts—the fight against breast cancer.

Canada holds over 37,000 charity events at golf courses across the country which raise approximately $533 million annually for charity.

Subaru Canada has been a proud partner of Golf Fore the Cure since 2007.

To learn how to get involved with Golf Fore the Cure presented by Subaru, visit