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SUSE 9 and Dine

Glen Abbey Golf Club

May 17, 2022
Oakville ON
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST

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Venue: Glen Abbey Golf Club, 1333 Dorval Dr Oakville ON L6M 4G2 Canada

Agenda

Time Title Description
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Golfer Arrive for Custom Golf Shoe Fitting
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Lunch & Opening Remarks
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm 9-holes of Golf
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Post Golf Cocktail Reception

SUSE 9 and Dine at Glen Abbey Golf Club

Tuesday, May 17th | Time: 2-8pm ET

 

Join us at Glen Abbey Golf Club, the home of one of Canada's most famous golf courses and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame, for a day of friendly competition against other tech leaders and executives from the area. TechTalk and SUSE will be hosting our very own golf tournament. Show off your skills and play to win. All attendees are being offered a FREE custom golf shoe fitting with FootTJoy– sweepstakes & prizes given away at the end of the day.

Once the tournament is over, we will reconvene for a cocktail reception, where attendees can relax with food and drinks as they listen to brief, informative presentations from open-source pioneer, SUSE. 

Space is limited so be sure to register soon to secure your spot on the links! 

More about Glen Abbey Golf Club

Glen Abbey Golf Club, the first solo design from Jack Nicklaus, who was ably assisted by architect Bob Cupp, was built on the site of an earlier Howard Watson course and opened for play in 1976. One of Canada's most famous golf courses, it is located in Oakville, Ontario, west of Toronto and is home to the Royal Canadian Golf Association, Golf Canada, and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. It has hosted 30 Canadian Open Championships, more than any other course, with the first having been in 1977.

More than a quarter century after it first opened, Glen abbey is still one of the best public courses in the country. It offers two distinctive nines – holes 1 to 9 are routed on a flat stretch of land around the clubhouse, while the final holes are more dramatic, with many running along a wonderful river valley.