Fuller Group

Golf Tournament

In support of the Captain Thomas & Jeanne Fuller Bursary Fund

The Fuller Group of Companies golf tournament is back and better than ever!   All proceeds support Bytown Brigantine’s Captain Thomas & Jeanne Fuller bursary fund, helping youth reach new heights while supporting teens who would not otherwise have the opportunity to grow self-confidence, resilience and teamwork skills inherently gained when sailing tall ships.

**Due to Covid-19 the Golf Tournament will be rescheduled to a later date. Please check again soon for a confirmed date. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Event Schedule – TBD
$225 per golfer or $900 for a foursome.
Charitable tax receipts issued at $90 each or $360 per foursome.

For more information, email Christy Griffin via [email protected].

Bytown Brigantine is a Canadian registered charity, 118822253RR0001

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Bytown Brigantine offers youth ages 12-18 the opportunity to sail aboard tall ships Fair Jeanne or Black Jack.  Stepping aboard as trainees, youth learn to operate the ships alongside crew, truly becoming crew themselves. They take the helm, learn to chart a course, haul lines, climb aloft to furl sails and complete activities around the galley and ship maintenance.  They will increase self-confidence and resilience and learn to cope with anxiety and stress living in tight quarters with a diverse population working as a team to overcome challenges.

Crew have many hours of both Canadian and international sea time and hold Transport Canada certificates for safe manning.

The Captain Thomas & Jeanne Fuller bursary fund strives to ensure that no child who wants to go aloft is left ashore for lack of funds.  100% of golf tournament funds raised (after direct tournament expenses) are used to support youth unable to afford these life-changing adventures.  We are proud to say that none of the proceeds from the golf tournament support Bytown Brigantine administration or operations.

Black Jack was nothing like I had expected - it was a fun and engaging experience that challenged me in lots of ways, physically and mentally. I loved learning all the new things that came with sailing a ship. I learned the names of all the sails, the types of rigging on every sail. I cannot thank you enough for allowing me to sail on this beautiful ship. The captain taught me the physics behind the brigantine, as well as teaching me how the wind works with the ship.

T. Oung, 2018