A trip for two from anywhere in Canada to this year’s RBC Canadian Open is the reward for one person who takes the time to respond to the National Allied Golf Association’s economic impact study.
The study, which takes about 15 minutes to fill out, is designed to measure the game’s economic impact in this country and could help the various associations that comprise NAGA to lobby government on behalf of the game.
With one of the highest participation rates for golf in the world, the economic impact on Canada is expected to be large, but the survey, being conducted by Strategic Networks Group, needs a large number of respondents.
The winner of the trip to the 100th playing of the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey in Oakville, Ont., will receive airfare if necessary, shared accommodation, car rental and tickets to the tournament, which runs from July 23-26.
The deadline for filling out the questionnaire is Feb. 14. The online survey is available at http://sngoup.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5hzuNkhnpoGl3QE&SVID=Prod