The Walter Gretzky CNIB Celebrity Golf Tournament Committee is in preparations for its 20th and final year.  The scheduled date is Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 at the Brantford Golf & Country Club. Pepsi returns as the Presenting Sponsor along with Co-Sponsors Labatt, Taurus Media and Scotiabank. The committee, having raised an astounding $1.2 million dollars for the CNIB over the past 19 years, promises to make this year, the best year yet!


 We invite you to join us as we celebrate with the many sponsors and celebrities who have contributed throughout the years.  We’ll share memories from previous tournaments, one more round of golf, and of course a big smile and a laugh or two with Canada’s Favourite Hockey Dad – Walter Gretzky himself!

All this, while raising funds for the Walter & Wayne Gretzky Scholarship and provide support for visually impaired students seeking higher education.


Message from Walter

Dear Friends,

On behalf of CNIB, and those who have benefited from their services, we would like to extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you. Your continued support makes a world of difference.

We can say with pride that our youth scholarship program has been very successful. More than 350 students have been able to fulfill their dreams, of achieving a first class Canadian education. Without this program, many of these students would not be able to pursue an education, or to realize a rewarding career in their chosen field.

Most importantly, it is only with the on-going support of friends like yourself that we can carry on with this incredible scholarship program. Please accept my sincere thank you and appreciation for your support and friendship. It means so much to me, and even more to them.


Walter Gretzky

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Money raised

 Through your efforts,over


has been raised for the CNIB since 1992!

GO online auction this year, click here

Where does the money go?

The Money raised will be used to provide programs and services for the visually impaired, enabling them to live a more independent and improved quality lifestyle. It also provides for scholarships awarded to visually impaired students in their first year of post-graduate studies.