Golf membership book

The book costs $35 and this year features an all-new look and hundreds of dollars in savings at courses across B.C. and Washington State.

The BC Lung Association is offering its annual Golf Privilege Club membership book to help fund its vital programs and research.

The book costs $35 and this year features an all-new look and hundreds of dollars in savings at courses across B.C. and Washington State.

“For less than the price of a round of golf, you can save hundreds of dollars on your favourite outdoor pastime while also helping the one in five British Columbians who suffer from serious lung disease breathe easier,” says Gary Chapple, BC Lung Association volunteer director for the Abbotsford area.

All proceeds from the sale of the membership book support medical research, programs and development of health care professionals throughout the province.

For more information or to purchase a book, visit golfandsave.ca or call 1-800-665-LUNG (5864).

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