October 6, 2014
If you are a Canadian female amateur golfer of high skill and always wanted to compete in an LPGA event, your opportunity has come.
The Manulife LPGA Classic is once again offering up a spot in their tournament, which will be played this year from June 8 – 11, 2017 at Whistle Bear Golf Club in Cambridge, Ontario.
The application period has just opened for the Manulife Ladies Classic Award, which will see one Canadian female amateur with a handicap factor of 2 or better play alongside the world's best players.
“The Manulife LPGA Classic is one of only two LPGA tour stops in Canada, so the more Canadian golfers we have participating, the better,” said Marianne Harrison, President & CEO, Manulife Canada. “We are looking for a standout amateur golfer who demonstrates consistently high-performance in the sport, and an individual who sets a positive example of active, healthy living and community engagement.”
To apply, eligible golfers must complete the online application and submit a short video demonstrating their passion, including thoughts on why they should receive an opportunity to compete. The deadline for applications is May 11, 2017.
In 2016 Thornhill's Selena Costabile received the award and had the opportunity to compete. The experience helped…
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