Pink Cup Charity Classic 2018THE TRADITION CONTINUES
The Pink Cup Charity Classic is an annual golf invitational hosted at some of the most breathtaking and challenging courses in southern Alberta. It brings friends, family, and golfers together for one very special day.
The Pink Cup directly benefits the Canadian Cancer Society in particular support of breast cancer research and clinical trials. The Pink Cup is known for its lively, always-fun atmosphere, and its choice of great venues.
Register your team todayPLAY IN THE PINK CUP
There are still a few teams left, but they’re going fast. Register as a team of four – or an individual player – and take part in one of the greatest charity golf tournaments going!
Charitable Tax Receipt IncludedGIVE TO THE CAUSE
Kindly consider making a donation of any amount to the Canadian Cancer Society in honour and memory of Pink Cup founder Jenn Birchall. You’ll get a charitable tax receipt in return.
An Excuse to Let LooseGOOD FRIENDS AND GREAT FUN
We encourage friends both old and new to get into the Pink Cup spirit by dressing in pink and getting creative with their cart decorations. Participants who show amazing boldness, personality and imagination can win prizes for the Best Dressed Team and/or the Best Decorated Cart!
Out on the golf course we’ll have the traditional prizes for holes-in-one, longest drive, longest putt and more. There’s also pre-game eats; on-course BBQs; and a hospitality tent, including libations courtesy of Senorita Margarita.
Finish off your round with a tall, cool drink at the clubhouse as you check out auction items, catch up with friends and sit down to a fantastic dinner! Draws will be made and prizes awarded.
This tournament means so much to so many people on a personal level. It is something in which we can participate to let those we love who have cancer know that we are fighting along side them. Together we’re making a difference by raising funds so researchers can provide early screening and better treatment options for cancer patients and, yes, find a cure. Hurley Irwin, Cancer Survivor