RBC Golf Challenge for MS
RBC Golf Challenge for MS

The RBC Golf Challenge for MS is getting a new look! In addition to playing for the benefit of the MS Society, as in the past, participants this year will be able to accept one great challenge in two different ways. Thus, either performance or pure pleasure will be the starting point that sets the tone for this day of golfing.

Performance plan: Like a long-distance race, participants who achieve the feat of playing 100 holes of golf according to the “performance” concept will play with iron-willed determination. To get them through this arduous sporting challenge, golfers can seek inspiration in the 77,000 Canadians with MS, for whom they agreed to take up the challenge.



Online Raised: $151,202.00

Online Goal: $320,000.00

Participants: 46

Pleasure plan: The objective of a round of 100 holes remains the same but the approach will definitely be more relaxed than for the performance plan. The saying that “it’s not whether you win or lose; it’s how you play the game” will be the mantra for the golfers who opt for the pleasure plan and decide to stroll the greens at their own pace.

In the end, it won’t matter how many holes are played at this event. The cause of people affected by multiple sclerosis will be the big winner, since it will be the focus of attention all day.



In 2019, everything about the RBC Golf Challenge for MS will be revamped! On Monday, July 8, all the golfers will play for the first time at the prestigious Elm Ridge Country Club. The club’s two courses will be the settings for the performance and pleasure plans, respectively.

South Course: Performance Plan
North Course: Pleasure Plan

RBC Golf Challenge for MS




Paul Balthazard
Vice-President and Regional
Director, Quebec
RBC Dominion Securities


Jocelyne Cazin
Media host, journalist and public speaker



Chantal Machabée
Sports Journalist, RDS


Top Online Fundraisers


  1 -  Luc Lacombe ($42,392.00)
  2 -  Stéphane Corriveau ($10,275.00)
  3 -  Nathalie Bédard ($9,730.00)
  4 -  Manon Lapalme ($9,300.00)
  5 -  Jérôme Brassard ($6,660.00)
  6 -  claude sanche ($6,100.00)
  7 -  Benoit Labelle ($5,550.00)
  8 -  charles Lasnier ($5,550.00)
  9 -  Paul Balthazard ($5,485.00)
  10 -  Lyne Gagne ($4,705.00)