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TaylorMade Golf Canada To Provide Thank You Gift To Front Line Health Care Workers As Golfers Prepare To Tee Off

Release Date: 08 Jun 2020
  • Front line health care workers in Canada to be gifted with six golf balls at participating TaylorMade Golf Canada facilities across the country

Woodbridge, Ontario (June 8, 2020) - TaylorMade Golf Canada is partnering with staff professionals from across the country to deliver golf balls to front line health care workers. Participating locations across Canada include TaylorMade Golf Canada’s Professional Advisory Board, Council Member and Ambassador facilities.

As a small token of appreciation, front line health care workers in Canada will be gifted six golf balls—provided as three (3) two-ball packs of TP5, pix and Tour Response—at all participating TaylorMade Golf Canada facilities across the country (while supplies last). Distribution of the golf balls begins the week of June 8th as front line health care workers find time for a well-deserved and relaxing round of golf.

For the full list of participating facilities across the country, CLICK HERE.

While Canadians navigate through the impact of the pandemic, we are certainly pleased golfers across Canada are able to enjoy our great game once again. At TaylorMade Golf Canada, we wanted to thank the amazing front line health care workers across the country with a small gift for their first rounds of the season.
David Bradley, General Manager, TaylorMade Golf Canada

The free golf balls for front line health care workers comes on the heels of TaylorMade’s Driving Relief initiative whichraised a total of $5.5 million USD during play; with the money raised going directly to organizations leading the COVID-19 efforts on the front line. Of that total, nearly 1.1 million came from viewer donations.

For an option to support COVID-19 relief within Canada, golf fans generously donated to Canadian front line health care workers with a donation to The FrontLine Fund. The FrontLine Fund provides a way for Canadians to donate money that will go directly to more than 160 participating hospitals battling COVID-19 from the front lines across the country. To learn more about the Fund or make a donation to support Canadian healthcare workers, visit

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