Frequently Asked Questions – OPMA Golf Tournament

We answer all your questions about the tournament.


Tee times will run from 9am until approximately 12:30pm. The OPMA will allocate a tee time to each group of four (foursome). Each group should arrive no more than 30 minutes before their tee time.

Contact details of all players are required so we can send a personalized link to an app for live leaderboard tracking and event day announcements, as well as to ensure acknowledgement of the event waiver for all participants. To change a player, please email prior to the day of the event.

You can register as a single person by purchasing a single ticket, and we will match you up with other players.

Please wear a collared shirt and athletic footwear (does not have to be golf shoes). Denim (jeans) is not allowed. The OPMA will provide golf shirts to each player.

The pre-packed meal includes breakfast, lunch or early dinner with one drink (non-alcoholic).

Golfers who arrive before 11:00am will receive breakfast before playing golf and then lunch when they sit on the patio, after their round.

Golfers who arrive after 11:00am will receive lunch before playing golf and then the early dinner when they sit on the patio, after their round.

Please see menu options below.

Menu ItemsDescription
Peameal and egg breakfast sandwichPeameal and egg breakfast sandwich
Apple or banana
Water or Juice
Birdie Lunch BBQHamburger, Hotdog or Sausage
Chips and Soft Drink
Grilled Chicken Sandwich (early dinner)Grilled Chicken with goat cheese roasted red peppers
arugula and a roasted garlic mayo
Fries, or Bag of Chips or Chocolate Bar
Soft Drink
VegetarianVeggie burger or Sweet potato tacos
Soft Drink

You can sit on the patio for one hour to have a pre-packed lunch or dinner, after your round of golf.

You can only sit on the patio with your foursome.

The patio can accommodate up to 60 people with social distancing.

After your round of golf, you should proceed to the patio for a pre-packed meal and drink. You can dine with your foursome for one hour. After your meal, socializing with others at a safe distance around the putting green is permitted in groups up to the size permitted by public health guidelines.

All attendees will undertake COVID screening questions and contact tracing by the Lionhead Golf Club prior to tee-off. All Provincial guidelines for COVID protocols at a golf club and outdoor dining will be followed. There will be crowd control aligned with COVID-19 restrictions. Read the full COVID-19 guidelines below:

You do not need to wear a mask when playing. However, masks are required to enter the patio (until seated), buildings, and golf cart (if you are sharing a cart with someone who is not from your household).

There will be several prizes including hole in one, closest to the pin, longest drive, putting competition, and two gift prize draws. Prizes will be announced the day after the golf tournament.

Attendees will receive a pre-packed lunch or dinner on the patio after their round. However, there will not be an awards ceremony with a sit-down dinner this year.

There will be no sampling at the holes, but companies can donate samples/products for inclusion in the goodie bags given to golfers at registration.

Yes, you can purchase lunch only tickets to dine on the patio for one hour, at a cost of $30 per person.

We encourage attendees to show up to the Golf Day rain or shine. If it rains during the tournament, you may have to shelter in your vehicle, depending on public health restrictions related to gathering inside. If golfers are unable to finish playing, the Golf Club will provide rain checks to play at another time.

If public health restrictions prevent the event from taking place, all ticket holders will receive a full refund. If the event goes ahead, the OPMA’s usual event ticket refund terms will apply. A cancellation three weeks prior to the event will be a 50% refund; and within three weeks of the event, there will be NO REFUND. Sponsorship will not be refunded, as goodie bags, samples and recognition will be mailed to all ticket holders.

Yes, there will be other people on the course besides OPMA members. The course will be open to the public for tee-times outside the OPMA tee-times. This includes people who tee-off before 9am or after the last OPMA group.

There will be no indoor dinner at this year’s Golf Day. The Lionhead Golf Club has advised they will not be offering indoor banquets in 2021, regardless of changes to public health guidelines.

Yes, you can rent clubs at your own expense at the Lionhead Golf Club’s shop.