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Tournament Results

RGI is happy to celebrate the tournament winners each year! The biggest winners of all are the students, staff and families of the Olympic Primary School. Congratulations to all of our winners and thank you for your generosity and support!

Events by Year

The first official Rick Goodfellow Invitational, held in 2008, raised more than $5,000. In 2009, attendance hit capacity at 120 players, with folks coming from all corners of Canada. In its second official year, the event raised close to $9000. In 2010, attendance was also at capacity and through the generosity of everyone involved, the RGI raised close to $12,500.

The fundraiser's growing trend continued in 2011 with a total of $16,600 - way beyond Rick and Nicole's expectations. 2011 turned out to be a banner year with the launch of the Goodfellow Scholarship Program! 5 participants from the tournament decided on the spot to sponsor students at Olympic Secondary School. What a vote of confidence!

In 2012, despite the wind, rain, cold and the chill in everyone's bones, the indomitable spirit of the RGI supporters prevailed and the event raised a record total of $13,280!

Another phenomenal year in 2013 with more than $13,000 raised for the Olympic School kids!  Since its launch in 2011 with 5 kids being sponsored on a scholarship for high school, the Goodfellow Scholarship Program now enlists 28 students who are able to achieve their dream of completing secondary education thanks to the RGI’s incredible supporters. What a milestone!

The 2014 June event started off with torrential rains risking the cancellation of the fundraiser. Miracles do happen on golf courses … suddenly the rain stopped and blue sunny skies prevailed for an afternoon of good cheer on the links! The miraculous change in weather set the stage for another terrific event and a heartfelt hand of applause to the BEST supporters ever: $13,050 for the Olympic kids and 7 new sponsors enrolled for the Goodfellow Scholarship Program. Let the GOOD times roll!

In 2015, the June tournament raised $14,000 for the Olympic Primary School – a new record! As Rick and Nicole launched a major renovation of the toilet bloc at the Olympic School, a generous donor contributed an additional $4,000 to have the project completed in 2015 – what an unexpected bonus for the Olympic kids. Needless to say, a fundraising year exceeding $18,000 was new territory for the RGI. The question in everyone’s mind … would we able to match this again?

2016 comes along and it’s nothing short of a BIG WOW: $27,400! Rick and Nicole launch the idea of a school desk drive: “ build a desk and have a customized inscription etched on the front of the desk”. With so many classrooms lacking proper desks and kids sitting on the floor for their lessons, the RGI supporters embraced the new project and 56 desks were ordered on the spot! The desk drive becomes a game changer for the fundraiser and for the Olympic School. School desks can be ordered all year-round and have become a hot ticket item for special gift offerings.

The new momentum gained in 2016 with the launch of the school desk drive reaches an unprecedented high with a total of $43,250 raised in 2017 – simply unbelievable! 120 new school desks are ordered by RGI supporters from all corners of Canada. Meanwhile, the Goodfellow Scholarship Program continues to thrive with 38 lucky students being sponsored throughout secondary education. With this level of funding now available, Rick and Nicole have transformational projects lined up for the Olympic School. It’s literally a new dawn for the RGI. Again, the question in everyone’s mind … will we able to match this again?

The 2018 RGI doesn’t disappoint … $38,200 raised thanks to the school desk drive which continues to be all-time favourite with everyone and the incredible generosity that the tournament participants exhibit during the event. Rick and Nicole are "over-the-moon" with this strong vote of confidence. So much can be done for the Olympic School with these precious funds.

Tournament Winners

2019 RESULTS

The RGI Golf Tournament, thanks to everyone, raised just over $32,000 plus over 80 kilograms of school supplies for Olympic school were donated by you. Thank you again for your unwavering trust in us.

2019 Winners

OVERALL TEAM WINNERS (11 under par)

Jordan Goodfellow

Richard Hanoski

Shawn Scolli

Doug Knight

CLOSEST TO THE PIN

MEN;     George Rontiris

WOMEN;   Chloe Goodfellow

LONGEST DRIVE

WOMEN:  Allison Baker

MEN:   Richard Hanoski

CLOSEST TO ROPE 

WOMEN:   Cavelle Lane

MEN:           Clive Petersen

MOST HONEST TEAM

Emily Morrison

Danielle Morrison

Chris Morrison

Gilles Sarault

2018 WINNERS

OVERALL TEAM WINNERS (7 under par):

  • Mike Strittmatter
  • Maureen Strittmatter
  • Stephanie Strittmatter
  • Dustin Martin

CLOSEST TO THE PIN:

  • MEN - David Keay
  • WOMEN - Donna Rennie

LONGEST DRIVE

  • WOMEN - Chloe Goodfellow
  • MEN - Roger Poitras

CLOSEST TO ROPE:

  • WOMEN - Kelly White
  • MEN - Mark Perron

MOST HONEST TEAM:

  • Samantha Morrison
  • Danielle Morrison
  • Michel Sarault
  • Stephanie Sarault

2017 WINNERS

OVERALL TEAM WINNERS (9 under par):

  • Ron Armstrong
  • Mike Shaw
  • Bill Robinson
  • Jim Foley

CLOSEST TO THE PIN:

  • MEN - Mike Strittmatter
  • WOMEN - Chloe Goodfellow

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • WOMEN - Donna Rennie
  • MEN - Bill Robinson

CLOSEST TO FLAG:

  • WOMEN - Wilma Free
  • MEN - David Keay

MOST HONEST TEAM:

  • Ellen Emond
  • Kathleen Lupiano
  • Barb Langley
  • Ann O’Brien

2016 WINNERS

OVERALL TEAM WINNERS (12 under par):

  • Frankie Papalia
  • Kyle Stout
  • Patrick Chamney
  • Rohan Thakar

CLOSEST TO THE PIN:

  • MEN - Kyle Stout
  • WOMEN - Donna Rennie

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • WOMEN - Chloe Goodfellow
  • MEN - Trevor Bugslag

MOST HONEST TEAM:

  • Line Lacroix
  • Peter McCauley
  • Philip McCauley
  • Justin McCauley

2015 WINNERS

OVERALL TEAM WINNERS:

  • Carol Menard
  • Daniel Perrier
  • Marc Perron
  • Marc Rossignol

Honourable mention goes to the team of; Frankie Papalia, Patrick Chamney, Kyle Stout and Rohan Thakar who were tied with the winners so we looked at who had the most birdies and eagles. The birdies were even except Carol’s team had 1 eagle and Frankie’s team had no eagles.

CLOSEST TO THE PIN:

  • MEN - Rohan Thakar
  • WOMEN - Sheila Dudman

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • WOMEN - Kathleen Lupiano
  • MEN - Trevor Bugslag

MOST HONEST TEAM:

  • Beth Lambert
  • Ray Lambert
  • Marc Bastien
  • Sue Bastien

2014 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS(48 Points):

  • Tom Charlton
  • Brian Mallon
  • Fred Johns
  • Wes Thorne

CLOSEST TO THE PIN:

  • MEN - Vic Taylor
  • WOMEN - Tracey Sheppard

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • MEN - ?
  • WOMEN - Tracey Sheppard

MOST HONEST TEAM:

  • Paul Mulvihill
  • Peter Speak
  • Donnie Macdonald
  • Ellen Campbell

2013 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS (45 POINTS):

  • Jordan Goodfellow
  • Blair Latour
  • David Fenn
  • Brian Fenn

CLOSEST TO THE HOLE:

  • Men - Tom Charlton
  • Women - Nancy Stewart

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • Men - Benoit Chartrand
  • Women - Donna Rennie

MOST HONEST TEAM:

  • Caroline Richard
  • Sheila Dudman
  • Angela Holland
  • Marc Chodos

2012 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS (-12):

  • Tom Charlton
  • Brian Mallon
  • Ward Mallon
  • Brian Kelahear

CLOSEST TO THE PIN:

  • MEN - Francis Bellerose
  • WOMEN - Line Lacroix

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • MEN - Francis Bellerose
  • WOMEN - Lorraine Degrace

MOST HONEST TEAM (+15):

  • Caroline Richard
  • Annie Berthiaume
  • Sheila Dudman
  • Luc Trempe

2011 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS (8 under par):

  • Tom Charlton
  • Fred Johns
  • Brian Mallon
  • Ward Mallon

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • Men - Sylvain Bordeleau
  • Women - Genevieve Trepanier

CLOSEST TO THE HOLE:

  • Men - Stefan Ginder
  • Women - Louise Lefebvre

MOST HONEST GOLFERS (16 over):

  • Caroline Richard
  • Leslie Hine
  • Gail Curran
  • Sheila Dudman

2010 WINNERS:

TEAM WINNERS (13 under par):

  • Tom Charlton
  • Fred Johns
  • Brian Mallon
  • Ward Mallon

LONGEST DRIVE:

  • Men - Jim Harper
  • Women - Chloe Goodfellow

CLOSEST TO THE HOLE:

  • Men - Michael Tong
  • Women - Danielle Morrison

2009 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS:

Team 1:

  • Chloe Goodfellow
  • Jordan Goodfellow
  • Scott Goodfellow
  • Jeffrey Meyer

Team 2:

  • Howie Radford
  • David Keay
  • Michael Tong
  • Patrick Hong

2008 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS:

Team 1

  • Rolland Leduc
  • David Jamieson
  • David Keay
  • Howie Radford

Team 2

  • Andrew Fisher
  • Terry Kelly
  • Brina Mallon
  • Ward Mallon

2007 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS:

  • Rick Guilbeault
  • Guy Benoit
  • Lilianne Radford
  • Peter Lystiuk

2006 WINNERS

TEAM WINNERS

  • Howard Radford
  • David Jamieson
  • David Keay
  • Ralph March