Spinal Cord Injury Ontario


Thursday, April 9, 2020 to Monday, April, 13, 2020

Back by popular demand, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario will raffle a once in a lifetime trip for two to the most prestigious golf tournament in the world – the Masters in beautiful Augusta, Georgia.

This exclusive opportunity includes round trip travel, accommodations at a private residence in a gated community, a round of golf and access to the tournament on Saturday and Sunday. Full details here.

To purchase your raffle tickets, please contact Leandre Casselman at events@sciontario.org

Below is a testimonial from Grant Desjardine, last year’s winner who witnessed the legendary Tiger Woods win the Green Jacket

“To say it was the trip of a lifetime may be the understatement of the year.

From the moment I got that call I had won this incredible trip it was hard to imagine myself there.  And it was in that same moment the incredible team behind the entire experience started working to make sure we didn't have to worry about a thing.  From the flight scheduling, to dinner reservations and everything in between we were so well taken care of.  We felt so truly lucky every step of the way.

Having watched the Masters, like so many others, for years I've always thought about how incredible it would be to walk alongside the greats of golf and thanks to this prize we got to do that. 

And not only was I able to be there, I was able to share it with my family, and for that I am so grateful.

As a proud Canadian it was a special moment to see our flag represented on top of the iconic scoreboard at Augusta National. And to see Corey Connors play was equally special.

Then there is Tiger.  Of course, the one everyone was watching.  It's hard to put into words what it was like to see him climb back to the top of the golf world.  The mood in the crowd was electric all day and in that moment with that final putt it was a feeling I won't soon forget.  

While I realize the prize is an amazing opportunity.  I also realize it is about supporting something much bigger and that is Spinal Cord Injury Ontario. 

The work that is facilitated through fundraisers like this is what really matters here. Thank you to everyone involved in not only this prize, but the organization, for the important work you do. 

We will never forget our time at Augusta and when we do think about it, we can't help but smile.”