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The Rotary Club of London invites you to join them for a day of golf, fun and fellowship at
The Oaks Golf Course.
FUND-raiser in support of our many local projects
THE ROTARY CLUB OF LONDON
Has been supporting projects both in our community and abroad for over 100 years. Many of our initiatives have been enjoyed by thousands in our local community as well as international visitors. In our effort to continue to support our community and make it a better place to live, learn and play we are asking you to come out for a fun filled day at one of our finer private golf courses.
Please note all funds raised from this Golf Tournament will go into our Local Community projects listed:
• LAHF- Nightingale House on Dundas St. 41 Affordable housing units (current 3-year project)
• Start2Finish Reading and Running Project
• London Schools Dictionary Project (Area wide gr. 3)
• Thames Valley Children's Centre
• Youth Services - Rotary Youth Exchanges, Seminar for Tomorrow's Leaders (high school), Interact (high school) and Rotaract (University & College)
4SOME PRICE - JAN 2020- JULY 2020 $600.00 **AFTER JULY 30TH, $700.00**
SINGLES PRICING- JAN 2020- JULY 2020 $150.00 PER PLAYER **AFTER JULY 30TH, $175.00**
THE OAKS GOLF COURSE
The Oaks is a par-72 championship golf course. Designed by Rene Muylaert, it was built on the sandy banks and bluffs above the Thames River near Delaware, Ontario. Its 150 acres occupy an ideal setting for golf, offering unusually mixed topography with excellent grass-growing conditions. The upper nine holes recall a traditional links-style course with open, contoured fairways drawn by deeply grassed rough and waste bunkers. As you enter the lower valley coming home, the look changes dramatically. The fairways level out to a more traditional style course as mature stands of oak trees challenge your abilities. Water also becomes a factor as the inward nine holes features six holes with large, spring-fed ponds.