Jun 16, 2023
Silvertip Resort, Canmore
This prestigious event provides a great opportunity to meet and play golf with other corporate leaders, Rocky Mountain Adaptive staff, participants, and new friends while helping raise money for Rocky Mountain Adaptive.
An Exclusive Golf Tournament
Golf Fore Good
ForeAbility offers the chance to take part in a golf tournament fundraiser, that not only includes playing a round at the spectacular Silvertip Resort in Canmore, but also the opportunity to try unique adaptive challenges, such as a one armed drive, and visually impaired putt.
Early Bird Registration
Early Bird Registration closed on Feb 1.
Individual: $275 (early bird: $250). Team of 4: $1050 (early bird: $950). New this year: Challenge Hole packets are included in the cost of registration.
Choose from a range of sponsorship options. Challenge hole & hole sponsors must make sure to add Promo Codes at time of check out in order to receive discounted rates.
Bites & Bevies
Join us for a light dinner, and awards presentation after the tournament by adding Dinner Tickets to your purchase.
What is ForeAbility?
This event is a unique opportunity to spend the day participating in the modified shamble golf format at Silvertip Golf Resort in Canmore, trying your skill at some unique adaptive golf challenges, networking, and taking in the fabulous Rocky Mountain views. This prestigious event provides a great opportunity to meet and play with other corporate leaders, Rocky Mountain Adaptive staff, inspiring participants, and new friends.
A lot! A round of 18 holes of golf, use of golf cart and driving range, welcome coffee & pastry, lunch, unique adaptive challenge activities, ‘In the Drink Challenge’ (Win a Kayak!), 1 drink ticket to enjoy a beverage after the round, demonstrations of our adaptive equipment, tons of prizing, swag an incredible silent auction, AND, a load of fun!
Registration is open to 1-4 people. Register today to secure your place. Plus there are many sponsorship opportunities, making sure your organisation receives the recognition it deserves.
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Join us for our biggest and best event ever at ForeAbility 2023!
$38,250 of $100,000 Raised
Choose your Team
Take part as an individual, or team of 2-4. Teams of less than 4 people will be partnered with others to create a group of 4. Entire team not known? These details may be added at a later date.
Registration is easy using our simple form. Early Bird Registration is now open Registration is open until registration is full. NEW THIS YEAR: for ease, your Challenge Hole Package is included in the cost of registration.
Want more coverage for your organisation in the lead up to the event and on day of? Add hole sponsorship, or other many sponsorship opportunities.
Stay in the Know
We get in touch with you nearer to the time to let you know your scheduled tee times and all event details. Use our website to read more on Adaptive Challenges, Schedule, and Prize Categories.
Bring your A Game
Get ready for a day of fun and fundraising, with unique adaptive golf challenges, social distanced networking, BBQ lunch, silent auction, prize giving, and discover the impact you have made.
Registration & Breakfast Opens
Palliser Room, Pavilion
Staggered Tee Times
Hole #1 & #10
BBQ Lunch & Special Auction Opens
Cocktail Hour Starts
Silent Auction Closes
Special Auction Closes
A team consists of 1-4 individuals. If you do not have 4 members to register for a team, team members will be paired with others in order to create a team of 4.
Prior to the event, you will provided with your start time for the event. We recommend your team arrive 1 hour prior to your start time. Your game will take approximately 5.5 hours to complete, including time for lunch.
There are 3 adaptive and non adaptive challenges built into the day. Adaptive Challenges: ‘Longest 1 Armed Drive’, & ‘Visually Impaired Putt’. Other challenges: Longest Drive – Ladies, Longest Drive – Men, Closest to the Pin, & ‘In the Drink Challenge’.
Men will play from the Championship (Blue) tees. Ladies will play from the Forward (Red) tees. R.C.G.A. rules and local rules govern all play.
All players tee off, choose which shot is best and play this way for all 18 holes. Three tee shots from each member of the team must be used.
Your safety at this event is our number 1 priority. If you have any concerns please consult with RMA prior to registering. Prior to taking part in ForeAbility, please take a read through their protocols.
Out of Bounds Shots
If a player hits the ball into the trees, a player can either play the ball as it lies with no penalty or drop a ball at the point of entry into the trees incurring a one stroke penalty.If a player hits a ball into a water hazard, a player can attempts to play the ball as it lies with no penalty or drop a ball behind the water hazard (going back as far as wanted), but keeping the point at which the original shot crossed into the hazard directly between the drop and the hole incurring a one stroke penalty.
If a player hits the ball into a bunker the player may improve his lie within the bunker if the ball lands in a hole, given that there are no rakes.
Longest 1 Armed Drive
This challenge will test your skills! Here’s what it takes: place one arm behind your back. Then, use your chosen arm to drive your ball as far as you can.
Did you know? The current record to beat at ForeAbility is 320 yards! The longest recorded drive with one arm is around 300 yards, with no roll. Are you up for the challenge?
Visually Impaired Putt
This challenge is all about effective communication. It is for 2 team members. Partners must rely on the verbal and auditory guidance from their partner to try and sink a long putt.
Did you know? Individuals living with visual impairments play golf with a guide who essentially helps the player line up to the hole, and describe characteristics of the course.
In the Drink Pitch
Test your pitching skills in this unique challenge. To win, players take one turn each to land the ball in the kayak (located in the middle of the lake). If multiple players are successful, the winner will be picked at random.
Did you know? The highest recorded number of players who have shot a ball into the kayak at ForeAbility is 5 people.
In It To Win It
Prizing & Swag
Top Prize: 1st Place
This prize is awarded to the team who win at ForeAbility. The 1st place team prize will be announced nearer the day of event.
All other prize winning categories choose from gift cards and physical prizing including lots of different golf swag.
2nd & 3rd Place
Most Honest Team
Visually Impaired Challenge, Putting Green
Men’s One Armed Drive Challenge
Ladies One Armed Drive Challenge
Closest to the Pin, 2nd Shot on Hole #18
In the Drink Challenge, Hole #10
We Got Swag
Swag is passed out on day of! Be in it to win in!
This years we are lucky enough to have:
Hearing Protection Plugs by Hearing Loss Clinic
Hearing Assessment Coupons by Hearing Loss Clinic
Frequently Asked Questions
What is ForeAbility?
It is a shot gun golf tournament fundraiser, including 1 holes of golf and unique golf challenges. ForeAbility takes place on Friday June 16, at Silvertip Resort, Canmore. This event raises much needed funds for RMA’s programs. Registration closes once the event is sold out. Please contact us for last minute registration or to join the waitlist.
How do I register?
Use the button above to register. You will be required to pay for your individual or team of 4 registration. Registration secures your spot at the event. Sponsorship opportunities are also available at time of registration. This event sells out early, so we encourage you to register soon!
How many people can be on a team?
Each team consists of 4 players. If you are registering as an individual, or team of 2 or 3 players, you will be partnered up to create a team of 4. For purposes of prizing, each team will also be judged as a team of 4.
Who can take part?
This in accessible event and we welcome individuals of all abilities to take part. The tournament itself is open to players aged 12 years + who are able to play golf proficiently and have a good understanding of the rules of the game. Younger or additional guests are permitted to join for the pre/post-event festivities.
Is there prizing or swag?
Yes, of course! There are lots of prizes to be won, including many overnight hotel stay and restaurant gift certificates. Prizes are awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Teams as well as Most Honest, Best Dressed and Challenge Hole Winners. Learn more about prizing.
Are there any additional fees?
Most aspects of your day are covered in your registration fees, including your round of golf, use of driving range and golf cart, challenge holes, breakfast pastries, lunch and drink voucher. Some challenges may offer you the chance to pay for an additional entry on the day of. If you wish to take part in the silent auction, a credit card will be required.
What is the schedule for the day?
The schedule is outlined on this page. Please refer to it for further information. Prior to ForeAbility, you will be provided with a start time. We recommend you arrive 1 hour prior to this time in order to collect register, collect your tickets, view the silent auction, eat breakfast, and visit the driving range.
Can I get a tax receipt for taking part?
In order to comply with Canada Revenue Agency requirements, we cannot issue a tax receipt in exchange for your registration fee to the event. If you wish to be unnamed sponsor, or choose to donate to the event, we are then able to issue a Canadian Tax Receipt. If you are donating on the day of and require a receipt, please make sure to let us know your name and contact details.