The 4th annual Fore20 Golf Tournament and Pop-Up Market is fast approaching on Aug. 25– so you better mark your calendars if you don’t want to miss out on what’s becoming one of BC’s biggest and best 420-friendly events.

Presented by the Cannabis Growers of Canada, Fore20 is held at the beautiful Squamish Valley Golf and Country Club, the Fore20 Golf Tournament is an amazing opportunity to spend a day out on the greens while smoking some of the best cannabis in BC.

With a pop-up market featuring some of the best craft cannabis BC has to offer, the famous Dab Cart (a returning fave!), and free samples, Fore20 is always a great time where you can come out and meet some of the people that helped put BC Bud on the map!

In addition to the Pop-Up Market, this year’s Fore20 will feature a Charity Putting Challenge, a Best Dressed Golfer contest, a $20,000 Hole-in-One Challenge, live music, a catered dinner, and tons of awards and prizes.

With all the quality cannabis combined with everything there is to see and do, is it any wonder that Fore20 really brings out the munchies, with the Squamish Valley Golf Club saying that Fore20 participants go through the most food out of all the events hosted at the golf course?

And if you want to come out and see what it’s all about but you’re not really into playing golf, there are spectator passes available as well that will let you into the pop-up market.

The market opens at 11 am, and the golf tees off at 12 pm  with a shotgun start (meaning all groups of players being simultaneously at different holes).

A portion of proceeds is going to the Overdose Prevention Society. Last year sold out so get your tickets while they’re still available!

For more information, see Fore20Cup.com.

For more Fore20

3rd Annual Fore20 Cup Recap

Fore20 Putting Challenge 2018

Announcing the Winners of the 3rd Annual Fore20 Cup!

Why you should come to the “Fore20 Golf Tournament” Aug. 19, 2018

Fore 20 Golf Tourney Highlights 2017

Who won the Fore 20 Golf Tourney and Cup, and what about that $20k?