Mr. Lube Tournament for Life golf tournament raises over $188,000

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2012-06-15

The 16th annual Mr. Lube Tournament for Life golf tournament was held on Monday June 4, 2012 at Point Grey Golf & Country Club.

This year's tournament raised more than $188,000 benefitting the work of the Vancouver Prostate Centre and VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation.

The Prostate Centre would like to thank all our sponsors, golfers, cash and prize donors, and volunteers for your enormous generosity and support. This helps us to remain on the leading edge and continue to make life-changing advancements in prostate cancer research to improve the future for men and their families.

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