Golf Québec Fundraising Tournament / Pro-Am



Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Playing format: 4-man shamble

Group of four (4) amateur players and one professional.


Cross-over departures between

7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.

12:15 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.





The tradition will continue on July 27 when Golf Québec will present the 14th edition of its Fundraising Tournament at the prestigious Club de golf Le Blainvillier. Every year, this great golf celebration brings together all the players in the industry as well as the business community in the Greater Montréal area and elsewhere in the region. Thanks to the loyal participants and donors, close to $900,000 have been raised over the past thirteen editions.


Golf Québec and Le Blainvillier are pleased to invite you to the Mackenzie Investments Open Pro-Am Tournament on Tuesday, July 27, 2021. This is a unique opportunity to enjoy a VIP day with a Mackenzie Tour professional and to test this prestigious golf course in playing conditions adapted to a high-level tournament.


This day includes a round of golf in a cart, lunch, and a cocktail reception, as well as the presence of a Mackenzie Tour professional in your group for the 18 holes. Each team will be composed of four (4) amateur players and one professional. Take advantage of this day to live an extraordinary experience. This fundraising tournament is presented to leave a legacy to the community by allowing everyone to participate while supporting a good cause.


“My Golf, My Community, and I” Campaign

The Benefit Tournament is one of the components of the "My Golf, My Community and I" fundraiser campaign, whose objective is to promote the discovery of the game and introduction to golf among children and families. As part of this campaign, Golf Québec is promoting its programs, namely Golf in Schools, First Tee-Premier départ as well as the Junior Golf Development Centers and the Golf-études program. The funds raised annually support the continuation of these initiatives. A portion of the proceeds from the event will also be donated to the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and the Blainvillier junior program.


Special formula for this 14th edition

  • 2 courses: The Heritage and the Royal
  • Crossover tee times in two waves: 7:30 to 9:30 and 12:15 to 14:15
  • Deluxe lunch box during the game
  • Outdoor relaxation area after golf, appetizers, and cocktails respecting social distancing


Exceptionally this year, there will be no welcome breakfast in the morning nor the usual banquet and ceremonies after the golf round in order to respect the prescribed governmental measures and the social distancing of participants.


I REGISTER | Your participation in this 14th edition can be expressed in one of the suggested formulas.



A donation receipt in the amount of $1,200 per foursome or $300 per person will be issued to the purchaser for each participant. For each financial contribution (donation) of $25 or more, the Québec Golf Federation will issue, through Sports-Québec and the Placements Sports et Loisirs program, a tax receipt for the deductible portion.


For information :

François Roy

Assistant Executive Director, Golf Québec



The Mackenzie Investments Open is one of the tournaments that will allow players on the Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada, to achieve status on the Korn Ferry Tour. The next PGA TOUR stars from around the world will compete for a $100,000 purse and the coveted Mackenzie Investments Open trophy.



Rightly considered among the most beautiful courses in the province, the Heritage and the Royal each represent an interesting challenge for all golf adepts, from beginners to professionals. The reputation of the fast and undulating greens is well established and the playing conditions are always excellent, from the beginning to the end of the season. No matter what your skill level, you will never be bored on our fairways, which require both technique and strategy to perform well, and provide guaranteed fun, round after round.


Over the years, the Private Club has hosted several important tournaments bringing together professionals and amateur players from Québec and Canada:

  • Qualifying round of the Du Maurier Classic;
  • Canadian Tour American Express Cup (Paul Devenport);
  • Titleist Cup in 2002;
  • 2003 Canadian Women's Amateur Championship (Lisa Meldrum);
  • 2004 Québec Amateur Championship (Marc-André Roy);
  • Gennium Professional Players Championship in 2005 (Kevin Dugas), 2006 (Jean-Louis Lamarre) and 2007 (Kevin Sénécal);
  • 2009 Canadian Men's Amateur Championship (Cam Burke).