AOA Golf Tournament Partners with the NSA & NZ Foundation

(Collingwood, ON) May 9th, 2019 –   On June 14th Alpine Ontario, the National Ski Academy and the Nik Zoricic Foundation (NZF) invite all AOA members, friends, family and corporate partners for a day of golf and fun at the Bonaire Golf Club. The 2019 tournament represents the first time the three organizations have worked together on a fundraiser in support of high-performance athletics and athlete safety.

Bill Reeves current Manager of Partnerships & Events and incoming Executive Director at Alpine Ontario comments. “Last year the tournament was a great success working with the Nik Zoricic Foundation and we’re thrilled to welcome the NSA into the fold. In the past, all three organizations hosted their own tournaments which put pressure on our members – this way we can all go to the same event and have a stronger tournament.”

A key part of the golf tournament will be the exciting conclusion to the 2019 Rossiter Raffle program that will include the classic Rossiter 17 Closed Deck Runabout Powerboat valued at over $48,894 (includes a 90HP Yamaha motor)  on-site at the clubhouse where the draw will take place. To date, just over 700 tickets have been sold which gives the golfers a very good chance at buying a last-minute ticket to win. These boats are Canadian made from their home base and production facility in Markdale, ON

 “The boat will be on site for golfers to enter the draw if they’d like” Said Rossiter Boat Company CEO & Owner Scott Hanson. “Of course, I’m very biased about how lovely this boat is! Our hope is for this program  to raise significant funds for a great cause including supporting athletes at the NSA and AOA and funds for Children’s Mental Health Ontario (CMHO).” Get your tickets here>



About the AOA Golf Tournament
The 2019 AOA Golf Tournament is to be hosted by the Bonaire Golf Club located 30 minutes north of Barrie in Coldwater, Ontario. AOA, the NZ Foundation and the National Ski Academy are all selling 35 foursomes with a fundraising goal of raising $40,000. These funds will be divided between AOA, the NSA & the NZF for athletic development purposes.  A single ticket is $225 or $250 with a Rossiter Raffle ticket; a foursome is $850 or $950 with 4 Rossiter tickets – one for each golfer. Purchase golf tickets here>>
Purchase Rossiter Raffle tickets here>

About the Nik Zoricic Foundation
The Nik Zoricic (NZ) Foundation strives to minimize constraints faced by skier athletes on their quest for success. It aims to minimize the risk of serious accidents and injury due to lack of safe training and unsafe conditions through safety equipment grants and net loan programs. To date over 18km of the yellow safety net has been funded with the Foundation through 22 grants to clubs in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, and BC. Learn more at

About the National Ski Academy
The National Ski Academy (NSA) is a non-profit registered charity established in 1986 to provide an environment for student-athletes to maximize individual potential through the pursuit of alpine ski racing excellence, academic achievement and personal growth. In 2010 the NSA became a Ministry of Education inspected private school, granting high school credits in Grades 9  to 12. Located in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada the NSA provides the facilities necessary for Canadian and international alpine athletes to pursue their ski racing dreams. Learn more at


For more information:
Bill Reeves
Manager Partnerships & Events
705-444-5111 x121