Spring is Here! Where Are Your Golfing Shoes?

Oakville Chamber of Commerce's Meet & Greet: a great success!

Fred Schever, Leish Raynor, Karl Wulf (from Glen Abbey Golf Club)
Spring is Here! Where Are Your Golfing Shoes?
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Janet Bedford

Janet Bedford is a broker with Royal LePage in downtown Oakville, with 20 years of real estate experience. Along with helping her clients find the perfect home or sell their home, she is often found photographing the many events that take place in Oakville. She has written extensively for various publications. Janet is a graduate of MacMaster University.

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With the approach of Spring comes the excitement of the golfing season! Two highly anticipated golf tournaments are about to come to the Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville Ontario; the RBC Canadian Open July 20 – 26th 2015 and the highly popular, always sold-out, Oakville Chamber of Commerce’ 61st Annual Golf Tournament, Wednesday, May 20th 2015.

Steve Conrad, Kerry Colborne OC Chair, John Sawyer OC President

Steve Conrad, Kerry Colborne OC Chair, John Sawyer OC President; Photo Credit: Janet Bedford

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce hosts a monthly “meet and greet” – a Business After Hours that was held at the Golf Canada located on the beautiful grounds of the Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville, Ontario. The Business After Hours is held at a different location each month to enable members of the Oakville community to connect with other business professional and entrepreneurs in a relaxed setting that combines networking with food, drinks and friends. It also allows those in attendance to discover Oakville businesses, at home, in their location – this time – on the Glen Abbey Golf Club grounds.

Glen Abbey Golf Course was designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1976, is one of Canada’s most famous golf courses and is home to the Royal Canadian Golf Association and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. The Glen Abbey Golf Club, for the 27th time, (the first time was in 1977) has been asked to host 2015 RBC Canadian Open. This world-class event, which is part of the Triple Crown of national golf championships, will host many of the best golfers in the world July 20 – 26, 2015.

Elizabeth Kamps. Barry Wylie, Michelle Durant

Elizabeth Kamps, Barry Wylie, and  Michelle Durant; Photo Credit: Janet Bedford

“We are very pleased to welcome the RBC Canadian Open back to Glen Abbey,” said Rai Sahi, ClubLink President and CEO. “It is only fitting that Canada’s most famous course plays host to our National Open Championship. Since the Canadian Open was first played on this Jack Nicklaus Signature course in 1977, Glen Abbey has produced many worthy champions including Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Greg Norman, Lee Trevino, Curtis Strange and Brandt Snedeker. We look forward to a great tournament week and another outstanding champion in 2015.” Visit: www.glenabbey.ca

Closer to home, the Oakville Chamber of Commerce, together with Cogeco, will also host their annual golf tournament May 20th 2015 at the Glen Abbey Golf Club on Dorval Drive in Oakville. Book your Foursome soon and mark your calendars for this popular annual golf tournament and dinner. Tickets go quickly! To inquire about partnership opportunities, please email Carina@oakvillechamber.com. For further information, visit : www.oakvillechamber.com

Christine Whitlock, Tony Johnson, Linda Leatherdale

Christine Whitlock, Tony Johnson, and Linda Leatherdale; Photo Credit: Janet Bedford

Kerry Colborne, Chair of the Oakville Chamber of Commerce, says the golf tournament is one of the many events that supports the mandate of Oakville’s Chamber; “To foster and facilitate a healthy, engaged and sustainable business environment and economy in Oakville and one that strives to be the preeminent voice for Oakville business.” Kerry says, “Our member benefits include advocacy, corporate benefits, networking, business development and educational forums.” Joining the Oakville Chamber of Commerce is the advantage!

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  1. John McLaughlin says:

    The Chamber of Commerce is a world class organization – committed to a sustainable business environment – and a voice for Oakville business.

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