Canadian pro’s putting birdies and eagles towards helping Humboldt

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In the wake of the Humboldt Bronco’s bus crash that killed 15 people and injured 14 others on Friday April 6, people from all over the world have rallied together and donated money to help the healing process. Thus far over 8 million dollars has been raised to help the families impacted by this tragedy and Canadians have shown their support through placing hockey sticks outside their front doors!

Considering this, Canadian professional golfers are also doing their part to help out those affected in the aftermath of this tragedy.

PGA Tour pro and British Columbia native, Nick Taylor tweeted earlier in the week that he would be donating 500 dollars for every birdie and 1000 dollars for every eagle at this weeks RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina!

Also, Mackenzie Tour hopeful and Saskatoon native Liam Courtney will be donating 15 dollars for every birdie, when he tees it up at Mackenzie Tour Qualifying School in three weeks time at The Club at Eaglebrooke in Lakeland, Florida.

Courtney’s contribution will also be matched by his home course, Waskesiu Golf Course in Waskesiu, Saskatchewan. As they pledged to donate 20 dollars for every birdie that he makes.

Courtney graduated from Regis Universty in Denver, Colorado last spring and hopes to earn full status on the Mackenzie Tour for the 2018 season.

Both golfers are donating to the gofundme account: