Registration and Information

Aug 22, 2017 to Dec 5, 2021

De Winton, Alberta

The CanWEA 2017 Alberta Golf Tournament is officially SOLD OUT!  

If you would like to be placed on the wait list, please contact Sharon Fryer at 1-800-922-6932 ext 239, or via email at


Includes golf, lunch, networking reception and dinner

Single Player $250+ HST
Foursome $1,000 + HST
Club Rental $45 + HST

Onsite Purchases

Putting Contest & 1 Mulligan $20.00
Mulligan 5 Pack $40.00

Tournament Schedule

11:00:   Registration/BBQ lunch
12:30:  Shotgun start (scramble format)
18:00:  Networking Reception
19:00:  Dinner

Hole-In-One Terms and Conditions (pdf)

Rules and Regulations 

No food and beverages other than what is purchased from Heritage Pointe Golf Club are permitted on the property without previous consent by CanWEA.

All alcoholic beverages must be purchased from Heritage Pointe Golf Club. Absolutely no other alcohol or beverage coolers are permitted on the premises. All participant bags and coolers are subject to inspection. Any personal alcohol found will be confiscated immediately. CanWEA and Heritage Pointe Golf Club staff reserve the right to cut off alcohol service to guests at any time. Alcohol policy will be strictly enforced .

Participants must play golf responsibly and with common sense. Rude and inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated. CanWEA reserves the right to remove any guest from the property at any time without compensation.

CanWEA or Heritage Pointe Golf Club will not be held responsible or held liable for any damage, loss, including personal and or other forms of loss, harm or injury sustained as stipulated below.

  • Physical and/or emotional injuries suffered during the Tournament due to any acts of God, suffered as a direct result thereof, including aspects such as being struck by lightning, etc.
  • Physical injuries of any kind suffered by any person, including a player, sustained by own negligence, or otherwise.
  • Emotional injuries sustained by any loss, including death, suffered as a result of any of the above injuries sustained personally or by a player.
  • Damage suffered to any property of a player.

The player acknowledges the exemption of liability of CanWEA as listed above upon registration of the Tournament.

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