Once the ice melts at curling clubs across Canada, many of the avid members pack away their brush, dust off the driver and head to the nearest golf course.
Volunteers Suzanne Marsel (left) and Lynda Dunkley, getting ready for the first round of golfers at the Annual Ducks Unlimited Golf Tournament at Sun Rivers Golf Course. (Photo Audrey Mataseje)
The passion that many competitors share for two of our most popular sports took a group of volunteers for the 2014 Tim Hortons Brier to the Sun Rivers Golf Course in Kamloops on May 30 for the annual Ducks Unlimited Golf Tournament.
With the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship slated for the city’s Interior Savings Centre, March 1-9, the promotions team was on hand to greet the participants and spread the word on one of the country’s most celebrated sporting events.
The volunteers will be back on course June 19 for the 16th annual Rotary Golf Classic at the Rivershore Estates and Golf Links, distributing ticket information and recruiting volunteers.
Canada Day will find the Brier promotions crew in the midst of the celebrations at Riverside Park. They’ll be introducing the new Rock Pong game in the community booth section.
“You Gotta Be There” for the 2014 Tim Hortons Brier when the best shooters in the game compete for the national title. Reserve the best seats in the Interior Savings Centre today just by clicking here.