Join the Ontario Turfgrass Research Foundation at our annual fundraising tournament on Thursday, August 30, 2018. We pride ourselves at ensuring your annual OTRF golf tournament day is spectacular, and this year’s premier event is no exception. Lebovic Golf Club, an 18 hole championship golf course designed by world renowned course architect Doug Carrick is our event host this year. The par 70 layout is set upon 150 acres of rolling hills on the Oak Ridges Moraine in Aurora, Ontario. With breathtaking view and natural beauty, the course challenges both the expert player and novice alike.
OTRF Tournament Raffle is now OPEN _ $25 each or 5/ $100. Lebovic Enterprises has donated over 25 prizes such as an ATV, home theatre systems, Apple computers and Ipads. Buy your tickets on line and save the rush on tournament day. Great opportunity to take home an awesome gift while supporting the OTRF!
On tournament day arrive early to choose your complimentary sunglasses from our Oakley Sunglasses bar
All players will receive a complimentary guest pass to play another round at Lebovic Golf Club, compliments of the host club
Lebovic Golf Club
14020 Leslie Street
|9:00AM||Registration opens, complimentary Oakley Sunglass bar and raffle ticket sales|
|11:00AM||Shotgun Tee of
On course lunch
|3:00 PM||Social with Sponsors|
Through donations and support from industry partners the OTRF continues to fund turfgrass research to ensure the sustainability and continued viability of the turf maintenance industry. Increased restrictions with regards to how turf is managed and the inputs that are used is making it increasingly difficult for superintendents and turf managers to deliver the same quality of playing surfaces year after year. The OTRF, with over 35 years of experience of providing funds for turfgrass research, has played a major part in investigating ways that managers of turf can lessen the inputs for turf without sacrificing the standards needed to attract people to the game
With climatic and environmental challenges, along with increasing strains on maintenance budgets, natural turf, whether on a golf course, sports field or managed landscape is taking a beating. The OTRF is funding key research projects in 2018, all of which have the potential to significantly reduce inputs needed to maintain turfgrass moving forward. However, as one might expect, quality research comes at a cost and the OTRF requests your assistance by registering in our annual fundraising campaign. Your registration and sponsorship in this fundraising golf event is an investment in the turf maintenance industry
All donors ($2,000 minimum) including our annual Association and Corporate Platinum Partners will be acknowledged on the podium at the banquet. Please notify the OTRF office in advance of your intent to donate at the banquet