Brighter Tomorrows Classic Charity, in Memory of Bradley Ough -Golf Tournament
June 8 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This event is beingheld at the beautiful Hockley Valley Resort, in the Town of Mono, Ontario onThursday June 8, 2023. Registration begins at 11am, and tee off will begin at1pm. The tournament will be held as a best ball format, with a shotgun start. Welcomegifts will be provided to each registered golfer, upon sign in. In addition to this, a silent auction andon-course activities will be available.
This event benefits both Special Olympics Ontario and Community Safety Partners (CSP).
Bradley was fromTottenham, Ontario, and passed away in July 2022 at the age of 39. Bradley was an avid athlete with the SpecialOlympics in many sports and became an Olympic Silver Medalist in Floor Hockeyat the World Winter Games in South Korea. In 2013, Bradley took home the bronze medal for golf in the Summer Games(his first time competing for golf!).
Special OlympicsOntario: This organization is part of the global organization, whosepurpose is to serve local athletes with intellectual disabilities, promotingrespect, acceptance, inclusion and human dignity, through sport. They continueto improve and expand the quality, opportunity and accessibility of sport toindividuals with intellectual disabilities. In addition, they strive to improveupon both the awareness and support of the community for the Special Olympicsand all of the people involved.
The Law EnforcementTorch Run is the largest grass-roots fundraiser for the Special Olympics,consisting of law enforcement from police, corrections, Ministry of NaturalResources, Ministry of Transportation. The Ontario section of the LETR has beenin existence since 1987, and is the charity of choice for the OntarioAssociation of Chiefs of Police.
Community SafetyPartners: This organization’s mission is to create a safe community foreveryone. Through implementing local programs, they advocate for safety on theroads, at work and at home. They partner with local police, fire and paramedicservices to promote safety.