PUMA brings “golf with an attitude” to Eagles Nest Golf Club
Sportlifestyle brand PUMA is bringing their unique take on the game of golf to Toronto, ON with The PUMA Open, a non-traditional golf event where teams of four compete in a game of nine-hole scramble that’s meant to test not only your golf skills, but also your wit. After a round of golf played the PUMA way, participants will continue their adventure and go “all in” through a series of Vegas-style card games. Dinner, beverages and snacks are provided throughout the afternoon.
The PUMA Open is a North American series of interactive golf events that shake up the tradition-minded sport in a way that truly embodies the inclusive spirit of PUMA Golf. The PUMA Open is visiting 15 cities this year, including this inaugural stop in Canada, and was created by PUMA in 2007.
Registration fee is $300 per foursome and is open to men and women 21 and older. To register, or for more information, please visit www.thepumaopen.com.
Created as a way to add a bit of color and fun to the game of golf, The PUMA Open is for everyone and it’s all about having fun. The PUMA Open also provides an opportunity to view the fashion forward, yet technically advanced PUMA Golf gear.
Friday, July 17th
Check-In Time: 2 PM
Tee Time: 4 PM
Dinner and Vegas-Style Gaming: 6:30 PM
Eagles Nest Golf Club, 10,000 Dufferin Street
Maple, ON L6A 1S3
416-481-7862 x2425 (office)
416-481-7862 x2421 (office)
Jul 13, 2009
I'm heading to the Toronto area next weekend for the Canadian Open and some family vacation. I won't be able to make it but if your free Friday you might want to check out the Puma Open on July 17th. Puma Golf is going around to various cities and they've chosen Toronto for the inaugural Canadian Puma Open. What you say is the Puma Open well it's a little ole 9 hole golf event being held at the Eagles Nest Golf Club with some Puma flair to add some spice. Here's the details if your in the area and looking for a fun day and night this Summer. Let's hope for some hot Summer weather.
Posted by Sean at 7/13/2009 07:32:00 AM