This event is now sold out!
Swing, drive, chip, putt! Whether you are one under, or one under… the tree – we’re pleased to host the 51st Annual Chamber Golf Tournament, presented by TELUS, on Thursday, August 27 at The Quarry!
As one of the most anticipated golf tournaments for the Edmonton business community, this event brings together businesses, reunites old friends, and is a half-day full of fun and laughs! After all, it’s 18 reasons to connect and network while golfing a beautiful course nestled along the North Saskatchewan River.
Your day will begin with a complimentary welcome beverage. Be sure to grab a delicious bite to eat before starting your round as each golfer will receive 2 food vouchers, and 2 non-alcoholic drink vouchers; these can be redeemed at any point throughout your day of golf!
While networking will be at a distance this year, there will be plenty of partners to greet you with fun treats, games and prizes throughout the 18-hole stretch. Plus, all golfers will be entered to win exclusive draw prizes! Please note, this year, we are unable to offer proximity prizes or award the winning team due to the risk involved with handling score cards (high touch point).
With our Mulligan Sponsor, Johnson Insurance, each guest will receive one complimentary mulligan. For a little healthy competition within your team and to support a great cause, don’t fore-get to purchase your team’s mulligans when registering! A portion of the mulligan proceeds will support the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce Endowment Fund for Children in Need.
Prior to the golf tournament, we will provide teams and registrants with our policies and preventative measures to ensure everyone’s safety throughout the tournament. In the meantime, please read and familiarize yourself with The Quarry’s COVID-19 Guidelines.
Working with our venue partners, we encourage everyone to follow the recommended precautions as advised by Alberta’s health officials, including:
- Maintain a physical distance of 2 metres between you and others
- Wear a mask when distancing may be an issue
- Practice good hand hygiene
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Use hand sanitizer where soap and water is unavailable
- Cover coughs and sneezes and stay home if you are sick
- Avoid touching your face
- Shaking hands, high fives, or other forms of physical contact are not permitted – instead, use another form of greeting/acknowledgment