The Flutter "Swing for Sarcoma" Charity Classic

4999 Boundary Road Cumberland, ON K4B 1P5, Canada

The Flutter "Swing for Sarcoma" Charity Classic

4999 Boundary Road Cumberland, ON K4B 1P5, Canada



Valérie's Flutter Foundation is pleased to introduce our first "Swing for Sarcoma" Charity Classic to be held at the GreyHawk Golf Club on Monday, June 17th 2019. All golfers are welcome!

This golf tournament is sure to be a fantastic event filled with lots of exciting contests (Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Putting Challenge, etc.) with over $50,000 in prizes that could be won, all while enjoying the beautiful landscape of this challenging Talon Course. Be sure to sharpen your accuracy ahead of time, as we are pleased to announce the Hole in One prize of a 2019 Ford Mustang Convertible.

The day will wrap up with a great dinner and banquet that will be held at the newly renovated clubhouse and banquet hall.

Register as a Foursome or as an Individual and we will match you with fellow VFF supporters.

Individual Registration : $125

Foursome : $450

Dinner only : $50

Additional details :

  • Shotgun start at 1pm, registration opens at 11:30am
  • Modified Scramble format : Each player on the team hits from the tee and thereafter the team will choose the "best ball" spot to move forward with. Each player will play their own ball for the rest of the hole.
  • Two golfers per cart
  • Snacks and water will be provided on the course; dinner will be at 7:00 pm
  • Beverages can be purchased on the course


Sarcoma is a rare type of cancer that affects bones and soft tissues. It often affects young individuals, in fact, just like Terry Fox, Valérie was diagnosed with sarcoma at the age of 19. There are many different types of sarcoma and they can all act quite differently. Sarcoma is relatively rare, therefore research dollars have not been allocated nearly enough to explore the best types of treatments for this particular type of cancer. Our efforts are helping to fund research projects at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute that seek to improve treatments for sarcoma patients.


Founded in 2011 by Valérie Goneau, a 20-year-old engineering student who lost her battle to sarcoma. When she was diagnosed, Valérie created the Flutter Foundation to inspire the community to come together and support sarcoma research. To date, the Foundation has raised over $350,000 for bone cancer research at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and CHEO. The demand for innovative treatments to battle the many forms of bone cancer has grown significantly over the past years, therefore we need your support to continue to move the research forward. For more information about Valérie's Flutter Foundation, please visit our website.


The top individual fundraiser for the tournament will win a Muskoka Golf Package worth over $2,000 which includes two rounds of golf for Four (4) and accommodations.