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PIC's Golf Tournament

June 10, 2021

Tee Up for the Poultry Industry Council's

Fundraiser Golf Tournament, September 1, 2021 

PIC’s annual fundraiser golf tournament always offers a fun-filled day of golf along with loads of contests, loot bags and prizes. Your registration and sponsorship support future education and extension projects and events that will benefit Ontario's poultry industry. 

The tournament will be played on 27 holes at the Foxwood Golf & Country Club 277 Erb's Rd. Baden, ON N3A 4J3. The cost is $115 for PIC Members - $130 for Non-Members.  Sponsorship opportunities are still available and are listed in the table below.

PIC along with the Foxwood staff will adhere to COVID-19 safety guidelines. Your registration includes: 

  • Scheduled tee times starting at 8:00 am
  • Golf cart – option to walk the course
  • Contest and prizes
  • Food and drinks
  • Loot bag and "thank you gift"
  • Reduced golf fee due to cancellation of banquet dinner

Details of tee-off times, safety protocols, and contest rules will be sent out by August 27th, 2021.

Register/Sponsor Now 

Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available

Thank you Gifts:  Help add some fun to the day and sponsor our thank you gift. Your logo will be added to the overall signage, the gift table banner, and on 10 gifts purchased by PIC.


Snacks: PIC will purchase and logo a snack item for the loot bag.

Golf Hole: Sponsors will have signage at the hole, a logo on the overall event signage, and on PIC's webpage. $350

Contest and Specialty Holes: Sponsors will have signage at the hole, a logo on the overall event signage, and on PIC's webpage. Post-event each contest winner will be posted on PIC's website with the sponsoring companies' names. Available:  Most Persistent Swingers, Straightest Drive. 


 Thank you to our Event Premium Sponsors:

nafico  nlm both  ont  pols



And to our current Contest and Hole Sponsors:

 alltech   bw feed  burnbrae  cargil clark cumberland  dcl darling fcc  GVF  shur gain   wallenstein