The City of Langford’s Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament returns in August. Register as a player or sponsor today to celebrated Langford’s 25th anniversary and raise money for local charities. Arnold Lim photo

Better than ever! Expanded golf tourney honours Langford’s 25th anniversary

Players and sponsors welcome for Mayor’s 22nd annual charity tournament at Bear Mountain

Langford Mayor Stew Young looks forward to welcoming golfers to the Mayor’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018 as Langford celebrates its 25th anniversary.

In its 22nd year, the tournament is teeing up to be the biggest and best ever as the golfers are invited to play either the Mountain or the Valley course at Bear Mountain.

While fun is in the play and competition on the links, the focus of the tournament is and always will be raising funds to provide financial support to local charities and organizations that make a positive difference to Langford and the region.

Over the past 22 years, this tournament has raised upwards of $600,000 to support local charities whose services range from programs for local seniors; a variety of youth sports organizations; rebuilding Nepal; and providing support for health-related programs. These amazing charities are tireless in their efforts to give back to local communities and the continued success of this tournament goes a long way to help support all of their important causes, Young says.

Register a foursome or two and support the community, but don’t wait – the spots are filling up with over the half the registrations already in. Come on out! Sponsor a hole! Become a Platinum, Gold or Silver Sponsor! Challenge your teammates for the longest putt, the closest to the pin and play for a chance to win the coveted Langford watch.

Register today:

Forms and information are available to pick up at City Hall and downloadable from the City’s website at with payment accepted in cheque or cash in person to City Hall. Registration is also available online by credit card at

OR mail the completed form and payment to: City of Langford, Attention: Mayor’s Golf Tournament, 2nd Floor, 877 Goldstream Ave., Langford, BC, V9B 2X8.

For more information, call Sherri at 250-478-7882.

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