St. Paul's Masters Golf Tournament

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Update on the 13th Annual St. Paul's Masters

Unfortunately, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic we are not in a position to hold an in-person event and have cancelled the 13th Annual St. Paul's Masters scheduled for Friday, August 28, 2020.   

The tournament is an important event for members of the St. Paul's community; for many of you, your contribution to the tournament is your annual support for St. Paul's students and the event is very much an annual tradition where you reunite with new and old friends. 

The pandemic has resulted in significant fiscal challenges for St. Paul's. We will be running our residence at approximately half capacity this fall and it is important that we are able to provide the best possible experience for the approximately 160 students.

Please help us raise $25,000 for the Residence Experience Fund by the end of the summer so we can hire an optimal number of Dons, deliver an exceptional orientation experience and organize engaging residence activities while continuing to prioritize the mental and physical wellbeing of our students. You might donate an amount equivalent to a hole sponsorship, a foursome registration or the amount you spend at the tournament on raffles, auctions and libations. This year, every dollar raised truly counts.

Thank you for your loyal support. Stay safe!

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Tournament Champions

2019

Matt Thurlow, Matt Grant
Jeremy Dennie, Adam Mitchell

2018

Bill Nelson, Dan Yake
Frank Maas, Dwayne Klemp

2017

Geoff Tierney, Blair Hubber
Jason Harding, Jamie Parsons

2016

Tom McCarthy, Andrew McCarthy, Jeremy McCarthy, Ed McCarthy

2015

Brent Taylor, Don Wales, Spencer Leckie, Bronwyn Lazowski

2014

Sean McBurney, Adrian Gooyers, Robin Palframan, Mike Johnson

View 2019 Sponsors & Donors

To pay by cheque: make payable to St. Paul's University College (memo: golf) and send to: Attn: Stephen Loo St. Paul's University College 190 Westmount Road N. Waterloo, ON N2L 3G5