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ASIS Toronto Chapter Donates Proceeds from Annual Golf Tournament to Golf Ontario Legacy Fund

The Toronto chapter of ASIS (American Society of Industrial Security) held their annual golf event at Angus Glen – South course on Tuesday, August 15th 2023. The event was sold out early and the weather was perfect for golf.  Plenty of prizes for on course contests were awarded and the “winning foursome” was selected from a random draw made up from the top 3 scores and the highest score. This year the group with the highest score won. 

Each year the tournament selects a charity or worthwhile cause to donate their financial support to. Golf Ontario is grateful that ASIS has chosen to donate the proceeds from the tournament this year to the Golf Ontario Legacy Fund benefitting Youth On Course Ontario. A program that gives youth ages 18 and under access to affordable golf by providing opportunities to play a round for $5 or less. Golf is a sport that teaches important social, mental, physical and life skills. By removing more barriers to entry, more youth are able to reap the benefits golf offers.

“Selecting this cause allows more youth the opportunity to experience golf and all of the great life lessons it instills in us. With increasing economic pressures the money donated can go towards increasing access for many new players.” says Tim Grose, Golf Committee Member, ASIS Toronto Chapter.

If you or your company are passionate about growing GOLF FOR ALL and supporting the next generation of great Canadian golfers, having your next fundraising event benefit the Golf Ontario Legacy Fund is the best way to make an impact.

There are no fundraising minimums, no registration fees, and you can allocate 100% of the funds to the area you wish to support. This includes, increasing participation for women and girls, youth development, contributing to scholarships and junior golf pathways and advancing the game for adaptive and Indigenous communities.  

Our sincerest appreciation to ASIS Toronto Chapter for leading the way and helping us Shape Lives Through Golf!

If you would like your next fundraising event to benefit the Golf Ontario Legacy Fund please contact Raphael Root at or learn more about our areas of support at .