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7th Annual DRIVE OUT ADDICTION GOLF TOURNEY

Friday September 10th 2021 - Cedar Ridge Golf Course, Mission, BC
Covid update as of July 2021 the tournament is a go complete with a sit down dinner. Dinner capacity may be capped at 50, so ticket sales will be monitored accordingly.

Come partner with us for our annual Drive Out Addiction Golf Tourney!

For Covid related questions and answers please see 'Player Information' below. 

This year will be our 7th Annual. We typically get more than 25 corporate sponsors and raise in excess of $12,000. This year it will be on Friday September 10, 2021, with a 3:00 pm shotgun start at the Cedar Ridge Par 3 Golf Course in Mission, BC
If you would like to play, or partner with us by being  a corporate sponsor please contact us and we will send you all the information. For tickets follow the Donate Pay Pal link below and make sure you state your name and that it is for the golf tournament. Tickets are $60, includes golf, dinner and prizes. See the Player Information for full information.

PLAYER INFORMATION

SPONSOR INFORMTION

GOLF POSTER

DRIVE OUT ADDICTION POST TOURNAMENT STATS

A tournament summary from game day, Friday September 10

The following stats sum up our 7th Annual Drive Out Addiction Golf Tourney, with proceeds going to the Joshua House, addiction recovery for men. Many thanks to all who participated in such a successful golf tournament. 

OUR SPONSOR 

  • 7th Annual

  • O amount of rain

  • 52 golfers (limited field event) making up 13 teams

  • 7 volunteers

  • 31 corporate sponsors

  • 13 additional donations of prizes

  • 1 team winner of the coveted Drive Out Addiction trophy (congrats to team RMS)

  • 18 gorgeous golf holes courtesy of Cedar Ridge par 3 course and British Columbia scenery

  • 1 burger dinner after the golf that netted zero complaints

  • 1 inspiring testimony from a Joshua House resident

  • 8 major prize winners including one lucky recipient of Club 500 Canucks Tickets

  • 13 random prize winners who walked out with prizes valued at $50 or more.

  • $19,000 raised for the Joshua House