CWHL Announce 4th Annual Rinks to Links Golf Tournament

 

TORONTO (June 5, 2018) – The Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) is excited to announce the opening of registration for the 4th annual CWHL Rinks to Links Golf Tournament, which will take place on Monday, August 27, at the Cardinal Golf Club in King City, Ont.

The Rinks to Links Golf Tournament is a perfect opportunity to hone golf skills while connecting and conversing with CWHL players including the Clarkson Cup champion Markham Thunder, Olympic medalists, league alumni and members of the incoming 2018 CWHL Draft class.

The tournament is scheduled to tee off at 10 a.m. The 72-hole course welcomes players of every skill level. Each participant will be provided with a BBQ lunch, as well as a sit-down dinner following the conclusion of the tournament. Tournament champions will be awarded, alongside additional prize opportunities for all participants

Visit thecwhl.com/rinks-to-links to reserve your individual or team spot and to learn more about unique sponsorship opportunities.

About the Cardinal Golf Club

Cardinal Golf Club is the only 72-hole golf course in all of Canada. In 1989, Founder Dalt Hicks and his team began construction of the Driving Range and East Wing’s Front 9. Opening in 1990 Cardinal Gold Club had expanded and introduced its West and North 9’s along with their very own 18-Hole mini putt. Hicks spent a lot of his childhood gathering golf balls and selling them back to members. As his love for the game grew, Dalt became a caddy at the former Forest Hill Gold Course, earning 50-75 cents per round and the ability to practice his game. Please visit www.cardinalgolfclub.com for more information.

 About the CWHL

The Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) is the premier, professionally-run women’s hockey league in the world. With seven current clubs throughout North America and China, it enables elite female hockey players to pursue their dreams of competing at the highest level possible, while enhancing the lives of others through exceptional athleticism, entertainment, and motivation. The league is a centrally funded not-for-profit organization, meaning all participating teams receive equal access to funding to ensure equal opportunity and competition. To learn more visit thecwhl.com.

Contact:

Sandy Petinakis
Coordinator, Community and Special Events
[email protected]