Gur Singh Memorial Golf Tournament moving online

The Kamloops Brain Injury Association will this year play host to an online version of the Gur Singh Memorial Golf Tournament due to the pandemic.

Participants will play an online game called Super Stickman Golf 2, with rounds to be completed between Sept. 1 and Sept. 11.

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Registration costs $10 for students, $25 for individuals and $50 for families. Register online at

"The Gur Singh Memorial Tournament is our largest fundraiser, so it is great to have the technology and option to do an online tournament,” KBIA executive director Dave Johnson said.

“Dr. Singh started this tournament 17 years ago as he saw first hand the impact our life-skill workers and programs can positively have on brain injury survivors. He was a creative and motivated gentleman and we hope to honour his memory once again with a creative solution to the current situation.”

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