Kanata, Ontario, July 27, 2021 — Hockey is over for the season but your ticket purchase can help support the Capital City Condors for many seasons to come!
The Capital City Condors are a family of ice hockey teams for those who are unable to play on any other hockey team due to a cognitive and/or physical disability. Players are ages 6 and up, of all ability levels and are each given a high degree of personal care and attention by the Condors on-ice coaches.
The Condors are extremely grateful to all the wonderful volunteers and staff who work very hard to provide a quality hockey experience for these special athletes. Funding for the Condors hockey program is provided through registration fees, fundraising and donations from individuals and generous sponsors. The invaluable work that the organization does to provide opportunities for all to play hockey is why the Golf Getaway Lottery has supported them for so many years. Your ticket purchase will ensure that their good work will continue.
The grand prize is a fabulous golf and travel adventure for 2 people to Scotland during the 150th Open Championship (aka British Open) celebrations in July 2022 (next summer!). This grand prize is valued at $25,000 CAD and includes, amongst other great perks:
- business class return airfare for two from Canada to Edinburgh, Scotland
- five nights of sea-side accommodation for two at the Apex City Quay Hotel and Spa in Dundee, Scotland
- a $5,000 (CAD) cash allowance
- spectator passes to The Open Championship which will be played at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland in July 2022
- the option of playing golf at two historic golf courses near St. Andrews
Visit the Golf Getaway Lottery for exact prize details.
Every ticket purchased makes a difference for our community and gives you a chance to support seven incredible charities, including the Capital City Condors. Remember, there are only 1,500 tickets available to win this trip of a lifetime.
See Golf Getaway Lottery Rules & Regulations for full contest details. AGCO Lottery Licence: RAF1206031. A maximum of 1,500 tickets will be sold. Ticket purchasers must be at least 18 years of age and in the Province of Ontario at time of ticket purchase.