When the NHLPA Golf Classic teed off for the first time in 1993, Bob Goodenow believed it could be a game-changer in the way players connected with charitable causes. As it turns out, he was right on the mark as the tournament turned 25 this year.
There was a time when Nick and Marcus Foligno would tee off, literally, on one another. On a Wednesday afternoon at Glen Abbey Golf Course, the brothers brought their now friendly sibling rivalry to the annual NHLPA Golf Tournament.
Like it does every year, the NHLPA Golf Classic brought NHL players together in the name of charity. The tournament celebrated its 25th anniversary as it was able to bring its total donation to over $3.6 million dollars since its inception in 1993.
Every summer since 1993, NHL players have gathered for the annual NHLPA Golf Classic.
The annual NHLPA Golf Classic is set to get underway July 12 as the tournament will celebrate its 25th anniversary at Glen Abbey Golf Course.
The 24th annual NHLPA Golf Classic made for a charitable day at Predator Ridge Resort in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia.
NHLPA heading back to beautiful British Columbia this week for 24th annual Golf Classic.
The 2015 NHLPA Golf Classic kicked off Thursday, July 9th at the iconic Predator Ridge resort in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia.
We’re taking our annual charity golf tournament to Predator Ridge in British Columbia and topping it off with a community celebration at Kalamalka Beach.
The 22nd annual NHLPA Golf Classic charity tournament took place on Tuesday, July 15th and donated $100,000 to players’ charities.
On July 15th, the NHLPA will be hosting its 22nd annual charity golf tournament in Pebble Beach, California.
The 21st annual NHLPA Golf Classic a huge success with over $100,000 donated to players’ charities
The NHLPA will be holding its 21st annual NHLPA Golf Classic on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario. More than 30 current and retired NHL Players will be hitting the links to support numerous player-supported charities.
Current and former Players raise close to $100,000 at the 20th annual NHLPA Charity Golf Classic
Current and retired NHL Players will be hitting the links for the 2012 Golf Classic. Proceeds benefit the Players Helping Players Fund as well as other player-supported charities.
Current & former NHLPA members tee-it-up in support of charity