Last Golfer Standing Seeks World Record


THUNDER BAY – Last Golfer Standing is a unique, summer-long, multi-site tournament spanning the province of Ontario. It includes numerous golf facilities and will be an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for Largest One Day Golf Tournament.

The tournament is open to every golfer in Ontario and was designed for players of all levels – anyone can take the title of Last Golfer Standing. Golfers join the tournament online at where they can book tee-times, enter scores, create a personal leader board and invite friends to join all through their player portal on the Last Golfer Standing web site.

Golfers qualify by entering their scores from five, 18-hole rounds played at any of the participating golf courses. The Big Day of Play will take place on September 25th, 2010, once the World Record is established.

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