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Building Bridges Community Golf Day


Join us for the 4th annual Bajwa Dhami Building Bridges Community Golf Day

A fun-filled day of golf in support of a good cause: fostering deeper understanding, respect, and friendship between all people in the Fraser Valley.

Event details


Saturday, August 26, 2023

  • 10 am | Registration opens
  • 11 am | First tee-off (Texas scramble format)
  • 6:30 pm | Cocktails, dinner, and prize ceremony

* We will contact you with your tee-off time.


Ledgeview Golf Club (35997 McKee Road, Abbotsford)


Your registration includes your round of golf, green fees, driving range warm-up balls, lunch, dinner, sponsored activities at various holes, contests, and prizes (longest drive, hole-in-one, closest to the pin, etc.)

  • Single golfer: $200
  • Twosome: $400
  • Foursome: $800
  • Dinner only: $100

Get a chance to win $1,000 as a hole-in-one prize.

Deadline to register: July 31, 2023



Sponsorship opportunities

Build a valuable partnership with UFV. Sponsoring a UFV event offers your business or organization branding opportunities — including exposure as part of our event marking campaign and on our website, blogs, and social media channels. Align your business and brand with an organization that serves your community and provides quality educational opportunities to students.


If you have questions about sponsoring or donating to the Bajwa Dhami Building Bridges Community Golf Day, please contact us at





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Dinner sponsor

Lunch sponsor

Beverage cart sponsor

Wine sponsor

Chipping contest sponsor

View pictures from previous years


Behind the Bajwa Dhami Building Bridges Community Golf Day


Our annual Community Golf Day has a new name in honour of our event founders: Dr. Bajwa and Dr. Dhami.

Started in 2018, The Bajwa Dhami Building Bridges Community Golf Day supports UFV’s South Asian Studies Institute (SASI) Research Fellowship Endowment, which funds scholarly research aimed at answering questions and tackling societal issues that matter in the Fraser Valley and beyond. The research SASI undertakes responds to and provides practical solutions for local, provincial, and national community issues. The research also supports community-building across the region. Our goal is to move the research beyond paper into communities and find ways for people to be engaged in building stronger communities.


Dr. Satwinder Kaur Bains
Director, South Asian Studies Institute

Dr. Amarjit Bajwa

Dr. Malwinder Dhami

Dr. Bharathi Sandhu. Margaret Atwood's novel, The Handmaid's Tale, is visible on the shelf behind her.

Bharathi Sandhu

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