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Thank you for your interest in the Wheels of Hope Golf Classic 2022. Please note we are fully booked for this year’s tournament.

2022 Tournament Details

This tournament is dedicated to the memories of Frank and Margaret Hasenfratz and all those who have lost their battle to cancer.

Monday, July 11th, 2022

Cutten Fields
190 College Ave E, Guelph, ON 
(519) 824-2650


Registration Fee Includes:
Golf with power cart
All on-course activities
Beer ticket
Lunch/dinner prizes
Tax receipts will be provided


Registration: 10:30a.m
Lunch: 11:00a.m
Golf - Shotgun Start: 12:30p.m
Cocktails & Cash Bar: 5:45p.m
Dinner: 6:30p.m
Lights Out: 9:00p.m

4 golfers

Best 2 balls of 4*

*Each player plays their own ball. The team counts the best two scores on each hole.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Canadian Cancer Society

Looking for Volunteer Drivers!

At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully. CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most. Wheels of Hope drivers not only provide a means for clients to get to their critical cancer treatments, but offer a safe, supportive ride along the way. You’ll become an important part of each client’s support team, so your familiarity with Society programs and services and referring to them as appropriate will ensure everyone has access to the support they need.

CLICK HERE to learn more and apply.

When you sign in, take a look at our new Chevrolet Traverse purchased from Barry Cullen Chevrolet with funds raised through our corporate sponsors and donations from the generosity of individual supporters.

This vehicle is dedicated to the free transportation of cancer patients to and from their treatment centers.


Wheels of Hope Golf Classic 2021


The 35th annual Wheels of Hope Golf Classic raised $100,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society’s transportation program in Wellington/Waterloo counties. This program transports cancer patients to and from their life-saving treatment centres free of charge.


  • To all those who came out and participated in the tournament
  • The volunteers who organized this charity event in only 5 weeks
  • Cutten Fields for setting up an approachable golf course

and finally, to our many sponsors whose generous contributions made this charity event very successful.

Nancy Yarmel, Director, receiving the cheque from Fred Booth, Chairman