Date(s) - June 14, 2018
UBC Golf Club
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We are pleased to announce the Fr. David Bauer Memorial Golf Classic in support of St. Mark’s College at UBC.
Be Part of Our Future and Help Continue the Legacy
For over 60 years, St. Mark’s College has continued Fr. Bauer’s legacy by forming strong leaders in an intellectual community uniting faith and reason. We are the only institution offering Catholic, university-level programming at the University of British Columbia.
Our community has continued to prosper through the generosity of our partners and supporters. With this Golf Classic we are expanding our fundraising efforts to ensure we can continue to flourish.
Already promising to be a great success, our golf tournament is scheduled for Thursday June 14, 2018 at the UBC Golf Club. The cost is $250 per golfer, dinner included ($100 for dinner only), and the tournament will be shotgun.
The dinner and evening activities will immediately follow golf tournament play.
This year’s full day tournament price includes:
• Golf Tournament at UBC Golf Club
• Live auction
The tournament is limited to 144 golfers, so we urge you to register at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
If you need additional information on purchasing a golf ticket or to become a sponsor, do not hesitate to contact Emily Dionisio at 604-822-5438 or by email at [email protected].
We look forward to your participation in making our 1st golf tournament a success!
St. Mark’s College Golf Tournament Committee
About Fr. David Bauer, CSB
Fr. David Bauer was assigned to St. Mark’s College at the University of British Columbia by his religious order, the Basilian Fathers; in 1961, and served as chaplain to UBC until 1988. From his role at St. Mark’s Fr. Bauer helped shape the athletic tradition of the University, coaching its hockey team, the UBC Thunderbirds, to the Canadian university hockey finals and by establishing the Canadian National Hockey team, which represented Canada at the 1964 Olympics.
To learn more about Fr. Bauer click the link to the hockey hall of fame.