Seaforth Country Classic
Phone : 519.522.0985
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2019 Champion Brooke Baker
The Seaforth Country Classic began in 2008 when it hosted the first of four Canadian Tour, now MacKenzie Tour - PGA Tour Canada, tournaments. Following these successful events it was decided to host an “Open” to continue to support aspiring golfers. The 2018 Seaforth Country Classic took place August 2nd - 4th.
It was a unique format in which 36 Professional Men from the
Great Lakes Tour and 36 Professional women competed simultaneously for two separate purses each with a guaranteed first prize of $7.500.
Since inception we have raised over $130,000 to support medical charities in our community.
Receive free parking and admission with a donation to the Tanner Steffler Foundation.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Seaforth Golf Club 519-522-0985 or 519-522-1857 for information or ask at your local golf course.
Notice and agreement for ticket holders/attendees - This credential is for the exclusive use of the holder and may be revoked if the holder attempts to transfer, alter, or reproduce it, or fails to comply with Seaforth Country Classic Open rules and regulations or any instructions of tournament officials. The holder or any attendee assumes all risk incidental to the game of golf and golf events, including the risk of errant shots, and releases Careen Inc., Seaforth Golf Course Ltd., tournament organizers, participating players and their respective employees, agents, volunteers, officers and affiliates, from liability therefrom. The holder grants permission to the Seaforth Country Classic Open to utilize the holder's likeness incidental to any television, electronic transmission, video display or other transmission or production of the tournament. The holder of this credential or any attendee agrees not to transmit, or facilitate transmission of any account, description, picture, or reproduction of the Seaforth Country Classic Open without the specific advance written permission of Careen Inc. Purchaser and/or attendee understands and agrees that if adverse weather conditions render commencement or continuance of golf impractical, then tournament play may be postponed, rescheduled, or cancelled, and the purchaser shall have no rights to refund or partial refund by reason of any such postponement, rescheduling or cancellation. Please remember credential is valid only on days shown; no refund or resale of credential permitted; the following items are not allowed on the golf course: cell phones, cameras, video cameras, black berries, pagers or other distractions, bags (larger than a small purse or fanny pack) and non folding chairs. Championship field is subject to players’ schedule.
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Welcome To The Seaforth Country Classic
2019 Champion Russell Budd
The 2019 Seaforth Country Classic held up to its billing with a great field of professional golfers competing over two days and the winner in both the male and female divisions taking home a cheque for $5,000.00! The weather co-operated and the fans watched great golf both days. In the end the winner of the trophy and cheque in the male division was Russell Budd from Toronto, playing on the Great Lakes Tour, who finished ten under par with scores of 62-68. It was a great finish with Lucas Kim and Branson Ferrier just two shots back at –8. The ladies put on a great show with defending champion, Selena Costabile, from Thornhill, battling it out with Brooke Baker from Oklahoma. Baker prevailed winning on the 18th hole and a final score of nine under par. Baker's 67 in the final round along with her first round of 69 allowed her to nip Costabile by one. Baker gave a gracious thank you in front of a good crowd of spectators. Low amateur honours went to John Kim from Toronto finishing at plus two with rounds of 70 72. Several Seaforth members entered in the amateur division and can hold their heads high competing with some stellar young pros. Following the presentations to both Budd and Baker a cheque for over $5,000 was presented to the Tanner Steffler Foundation which is helping to create a culture of change in Mental Health, Addiction & Wellness services for youth and their families in Huron County. The executives of the Great Lakes Tour as well as those at Seaforth Golf Club and the Seaforth Country Classic were delighted with the event and look forward to a hosting again in 2020 when Seaforth Golf Club will be celebrating its 60th anniversary.
Frederick Leitch QC Barrister & Solicitor
The Seaforth Country Classic has been a great success since it began in 2008. Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 Pandemic our SCC committee has decided to cancel the 2020 event scheduled for July 30-August 1. This has been a difficult decision but we have taken into account many factors relating to player, volunteer, and staff safety as well as the various restrictions relating to international travel, accommodations, food and beverage service, and more. There are so many unknowns that it's hard to make plans for all the components that are required to have a first class professional golf tournament.The Seaforth Country Classic has been a great success since it began in 2008. Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 Pandemic our SCC committee has decided to cancel the 2020 event scheduled for July 30-August 1. This has been a difficult decision but we have taken into account many factors relating to player, volunteer, and staff safety as well as the various restrictions relating to international travel, accommodations, food and beverage service, and more. There are so many unknowns that it's hard to make plans for all the components that are required to have a first class professional golf tournament. We are planning a special fund raising event at the end of July with our professional Robyn Doig.