What is the Canadian Masters Championship?
The Canadian Masters Curling Championship will host 14 Men’s and 14 Women’s teams age 60+ who are the winners of each Provincial and Territorial Curling Association across Canada. Players qualify by competing at their member club, local zones and regions to finally win their provincial/territorial event. This event began in 2000 and is managed by the Canadian Masters Championship Committee. In 2017, Ontario plays host to this event and the Guelph Curling Club has been selected due to our excellent reputation for hosting several other provincial and national curling events in the last 20 years.
Please download the attached brochure for information on how you can participate as a Sponsor and Advertiser of this event.
2017 Masters Event Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities
Please join us to celebrate Eighty Years of Women’s Curling in Guelph on Saturday November 12th, 2016. This event will be an opportunity to renew friendships, catch up with old friends and make some new memories.
We would like to reach out to as many former curlers as possible. Encourage your former and current teammates to book a table for an evening of friendship.
The Final newsletter of the season is now available. You can download it via this link: 2016 April Newsletter
The first annual Night of Champions will take place Thursday, April 14th. Draws are at 6:15 and 8:30 pm.
Night of Champions (click on the link, or the image below to see the full sized poster).
Following a strong showing at this year’s OUA championships our Gryphon Women’s team will compete at the 2016 University Nationals, March 20-23.
The Gryphon Women need your support to help cover expenses associated with competing.
The University program is completely self-funded. The team competes for the University of Guelph in competition. Building on past success we are excited to be able to compete for the Gryphons again at nationals. This will be the program’s fifth apparence at a CIS championship since 2011.
Your support makes it possible.
The women’s program is asking you for your financial support to help offset costs associated with our trip to Kelowna, BC. Your support will help pay for Travel, Food, and Accommodation.
The team has an Adopt-a-Gryphon donation page where you can donate online. Every dollar raised goes directly to the team.
Jestyn, Breanna, Melanie, Jacinda and Natalie thank you for your support.
Be sure to follow the team on Twitter (@gryphoncurling) and the CIS/Curling Canada Championships online.