Yearly Recap

2022 Recap

2022 Recap 87th Annual Golf Classic Black Bear Ridge Golf Course After having the Father and Sons Golf Classic cancelled for two years because of the global pandemic it would be an understatement to say there was incredible pent up excitement for the 2022 event. Black Bear Ridge GC in Belleville which is ranked #1

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2021 Recap

2021 Recap 86th Annual Golf Classic Event Summary For the second year in a row the Father and Three Sons event was cancelled due to the global pandemic. The host families, the Golfi’s and the Butlers were very disappointed as were all of our FATS families. However, both because of government restrictions and to ensure

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2020 Recap

2020 Recap 85th Annual Golf Classic Event Summary The Golfi and Butler families had agreed to host the 2020 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic. Although in the early stages they had decided to hold the event in Niagara. Unfortunately, the global pandemic spoiled those plans. From what we can tell the only other time

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2019 Recap

2019 Recap 84th Annual Golf Classic The Club at Bond Head Following a robust and productive discussion at the Fathers meeting, the event kicked off with the ceremonial tee shots from the oldest and youngest participants. For the first time, Gino Luciani had the honours for the Fathers, joining young Ethan Burkholder in knocking their

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2018 Recap

2018 Recap 83rd Annual Golf Classic Copetown Woods Golf Club The 83rd Annual Father and Three Sons Golf Classic was hosted by the Lancaster family and held on Friday, August 24th at Copetown Woods Golf Club, about 20 minutes outside Hamilton, Ontario. Beyond the great course and fantastic weather, the family arranged for Justin Vaughn,

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2017 Recap

2017 Recap 82nd Annual Golf Classic Whirlpool Golf Course The 82nd Annual Father and Three Sons Golf Classic was held on Friday, August 18th at Whirlpool Golf Course in Niagara Falls, Ontario. It was hosted by the Isaacs and Nishikawa Families. It was the Isaacs family’s 15th year in the tournament and Niskikawa’s 9th, with

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