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Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament

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2019 Event Details

Join Mayor Allan Thompson and our Members of Council for the 16th annual Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament. Through your support, over $1 million has been raised and put back into the Caledon community.

This year, we are excited to announce that the primary recipient of funds from the tournament will be the Great War Flying Museum.

We look forward to hosting you at the beautiful TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley on Wednesday, September 4.

Date: Wednesday September 4, 2019
Location: TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley, 18821 Main St, Alton, ON L7K 1R1 (directions)
Primary Recipient: The Great War Flying Museum

Sponsorship / Registration

Once again the tournament offers several sponsorship opportunities.

The opportunities

Whether you want to help bring an exciting on-course competition to life on the golf course (ie. closest to the pin, longest drive, etc.), receive brand exposure through a key brand sponsorship (ie. scorecard, golf ball, golf cart, etc.), or just come out and enjoy the golf course as a foursome, we have you covered.

The benefits

Your sponsorship/registration fee will go back into the community.  Proceeds from the tournament go toward key community partners, be it through our primary and secondary grants or through the new Beffort Legacy Scholarship. 

Option 1: Register and pay by cheque

We can send you a printable version of the sponsorship / registration package: 

Send me a sponsorship/registration package

Option 2: Register and pay online (New)

Now you can browse our sponsorship opportunities online!

Book your sponsorship and pay online using a Visa or Mastercard through the Town of Caledon's payment platform (powered by PerfectMind).

Note: To register online all users must create a new account.  For assistance on creating your new account view this how-to guide or check out the FAQs

Register and pay online (username/password required)

Option 3: Request an invoice

We can also send you an invoice.  Please contact Kevin Hayashi at 905.584.2272 x.4231 or by email with any questions or to request an invoice for your sponsorship. 

2019 CCCGT Charity: The Great War Flying Museum

The Great War Flying Museum (GWFM) is an all-volunteer organization with 60 members. It has been active at the


Brampton-Caledon Airport for almost 50 years. The GWFM is dedicated to inspiring a love of early aviation and respect for the men and women who participated in the world’s first air war. They maintain two buildings, an aircraft hangar and an artefact museum. The hangar is used to build and maintain a fleet of flying World War One reproduction aircraft. Annually the GWFM gives air displays, tours, education and fun to over 4,000 visitors at our home base and from 40,000 to 50,000 viewers at off-site air shows and commemorations.

Through the assistance of the 2019 CCCGT, the Great War Flying Museum will undertake a much needed extension of the hangar, enabling year round construction and maintenance of artefacts, creation of public amenities such as a gift shop and an accessible washroom, create the ability to accommodate larger bus-sized groups and enhance current artefact and archival care.

Grant Applications

Primary and secondary grant applications are now closed, but are expected to open on December 1, 2019. For questions please contact the Town of Caledon Finance Department at 905.584.2272 x. 4521 or by email at

 Doug and Doreen Beffort Legacy Scholarship Award

Applications are now closed, but are expected to open on December 1, 2019.

The 2018 recipients were honoured at a ceremony at Town Hall on May 28, 2019. Read the media release

group photo

For questions please contact the Town of Caledon Finance Department at 905.584.2272 x. 4521 or by email at

2018: Thank You!

Thank you to all of the participants, sponsors and volunteers in making the 2018 Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament a huge success.  A special thank you to the staff at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley.  Information regarding the CCCGT grants will be posted shortly.

Michael Braithwaite RTR Patricia Franks - CAFFI
Golfers at 2018 CCCGT Cllr DeBoer and Golfers
Volunteers 2018 Hockey Helps The Homeless

 Caledon Council’s charity golf tournament helps local families in need

houseThe lion’s share of proceeds from Caledon Council’s annual charitable golf tournament will this year go towards the renovation of a heritage property for use as supportive housing by local families with adult children who have intellectual or development disabilities.

The project will be led by Raising the Roof, a national charitable organization focusing on youth homelessness, and will focus on renovating 1 Cedar Mains Drive, a heritage property near Highway 50 and Old Church Road known locally as “the Church House.”

Once renovated the property – which is on land owned by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) -- will be turned over to Caledon Area Families for Inclusion (CAFFI), a local parent organization that helps support families and their family members with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

The 2018 tournament will take place Wednesday, September 5 at its long-time venue, Osprey Valley Golf Course.

Read the news release 

cheque presentation

IN THE PHOTO: L to R. Councillor Gord McClure, Councillor Rob Mezzapelli, Darryl Gray, Director, Education Training and Outreach, Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Mayor Allan Thompson, John MacKenzie, CEO, TRCA, Brad Pinnell, General Manager, Osprey Valley Golf, Councillor Jennifer Innis, Councillor Johanna Downey, Councillor Doug Beffort.

2017 Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament contributes $91,300 to Bolton Camp 

On September 6, 2017 hundreds of golfers descended on Osprey Valley Golf Course for the 14th  edition of the Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament. Under the leadership of Caledon Council - and with the support of a full slate of sponsors - the 2017 Tournament raised well over $100,000, passing a milestone of one million dollars given back to the community over the life of the Tournament. 

As a result of this generous support, on December 6, 2017 Caledon Council presented a cheque for $91,300 to TRCA's Reimagining of Bolton Camp. This project is the primary beneficiary of the CCCGT proceeds for 2017.  (Other "secondary" recipients - to be named later - will be awarded the remaining proceeds from the 2017 Tournament.) 

The Council contribution will help to fulfill one of the most vital elements of Bolton Camp - the renovation of "The Hub," a 4,000 square foot building built in 1975 that can accommodate more than 300 users.  It will become a central gathering space for the community and will ensure that TRCA can continue to meet the needs of our rapidly growing community. 

"Thank you to our sponsors, our golfers and our host Osprey Valley Golf Club," said Mayor Allan Thompson. "Once again their generous support has contributed to another major investment in our community!" 

"On behalf of my Council colleagues I'm so proud of this investment in the Reimagining of Bolton Camp," said Councillor Jennifer Innis, who served as this year's Chair of the Tournament. "The Hub is a key component of the project and will help transform the site into a community cultural hub to meet the growing needs of our community and help bring our region together." 

Read the News Release

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