Hardy golfers from far and wide are invited to the Bridgenorth-Ennismore-Lakefield (B.E.L) Rotary Club's 18th Annual "Final Fling" Golf Tournament on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010.  Tamarac Golf Course, Ennismore is the site of spirited competition with a shotgun start promptly at 12:30 p.m.  Registration and lunch begin at 11 a.m.


For only $110 per person ($80 for Tamarac members) or $400 per foursome if prepaid, they will be treated to a great 18 holes of golf, supplied with a golf cart, lunch, steak dinner (the best in the area) and lots of prizes.  If they make a hole in one, Tony Davidson from RBC Dominion Securities will even come up with $10,000!


This is the 18th year of the Tournament, which raises funds to support

community groups such as Five Counties Childrens' Centre, Youth Unlimited, Community Care, Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield Fire Dept., SEL Libraries and the OPP.  In addition to its international projects, B.E.L. Rotary funds support local projects including annual Christmas hampers, the Hilliard St. trail, Chemong lakefront restoration, the Green Classroom at ChemongPublic School, playground equipment at Ridpath Public School Lakefield, and the gazebo at RotaryPark in Ennismore.


Dave Rook-Green and John Taylor, tournament co-directors, suggest there is no better way to say good-bye to the golf season than to come out October 6th, have loads of fun playing that last round, eating a sumptuous steak dinner, picking up a prize or two and supporting Rotary's good community work.


Registration forms can be downloaded from the right side of the homepage under "Download"