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Players Cup hosted by Jonathan Toews

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Monday

Boston Pizza Jonathan Toews Fore Kids Golf Classic, 10:30 a.m. Pine Ridge (participants only).

Players Cup qualifying round, 7:30 a.m. Elmhurst.

Players Cup draft party for Tuesday Celebrity Classic, 7:30 p.m., Boston Pizza Cityplace.

Tuesday

Winnipeg Free Press Jonathan Toews and Friends Celebrity Pro-Am, 10:30 a.m. Pine Ridge, both tees (open to public, admission included in weekly ticket; tickets available at the gate).

Wednesday

St. Boniface Hospital Foundation Cardiac Classic Pro-Am, 1 p.m. Pine Ridge.

Thursday

First round of the $200,000 Players Cup hosted by Jonathan Toews, 7:30 a.m. Pine Ridge.

Friday

Second round of the $200,000 Players Cup hosted by Jonathan Toews, 7:30 a.m. Pine Ridge.

Players Cup Friday Night Cut Party, 7:30 p.m. King's Head Pub, tickets on site and at Pine Ridge pro shop.

Saturday

Third round of the Players Cup, Pine Ridge.

Third round is White-out day -- players and fans are encouraged to wear white in a show of support for the NHL's return to Winnipeg.

At the 16th hole, 5 p.m. approximately, five people from the crowd will be drawn to take part in the Coors Light Million Dollar shootout; first 500 people with wristbands on the 16th hole will receive a $100 golf voucher if a pro scores a hole-in-one here today or Sunday.

Pine Ridge volunteer party (closed party).

Sunday

Final round of the Players Cup, Pine Ridge.

Winner and tour's top-five money-winners to date will receive invitations to next week's RBC Canadian Open in Vancouver.

FIELD NOTES: Defending champion Aaron Goldberg, who started his Canadian Tour hat trick in Winnipeg last summer, will not be playing. He has qualified to be in the field of the Nationwide Tour's Chiquita Classic in Ohio this week. Four-time PGA Tour winner Notah Begay III has turned back his exemption, opting to play the PGA Tour; area players will include Adam Speirs, Matt Johnston, Scott Loewen, host pro Shane Dick, Tyler Mancini, Rob McMillan, Dean North, Peter More and Ryan Horn. Tour exemptions include former top world amateurs Matt Hill, Nick Taylor. Tickets: $30 for weekly pass, online or at admissions; Daily passes available starting Thursday at the gate.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 11, 2011 C3

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