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Charity Green Fee Promotion

We are very excited for our latest promotion to help raise upwards of $20 000 for local charity!

This summer has proven to be the most challenging golf season we have seen to date. This stretches far beyond the golf course itself, effecting many local charities that use golf tournaments as a driving force for your fundraising needs. At Bridges, we want to help the events and charities that we work closely with every year to continue to raise funds, in spite of cancelled and postponed events due to Covid-19. Hence, the Bridges Charitable Green Fee Promotion.

This promotion runs from now until July 31st, or until all 1000 passes have been sold. Each $80 green fee purchase consists of a $60 charitable green fee (valid any time, any day that regular tee times are being taken, includes shared power cart) and more importantly a $20 donation to your chosen group! There are 10 participating groups for you to choose from, most of which are able to provide a charitable receipt for your donation. Receipts are issued from the charity itself, and are marked accordingly on the form below. The allocated 1000 passes are on a first-come, first-serve basis – support your local group now!

All purchases are finalized with payment through the PayPal portal, and a PayPal account is not required. To finalize your order without a PayPal account, simply click on “Pay with Debit/Credit” at the login screen. Your order will be available for pickup in the Pro Shop within 72 hours of your purchase. You are welcome to purchase up to 4 green fees per order, and multiple orders are accepted.

Please reach out to Corey with any questions you may have, happy to help!

Corey Braaksma, General Manager – corey@bridgesgolfcourse.com, (204) 735-3000 ext 204

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