Jeff Pabst, Pfaff Autoworks; Gloria Mann, Media Matters; Mark Huisman, BASF Canada.

Story and photos by ALLISON ROGERS

BASF suppliers and stakeholders hit the green for annual golf tourney

More than 250 golfers gathered at the Lionhead Golf Course and Country Club in August for the BASF Canada annual golf tournament, where industry stakeholders went tee-to-tee on the green for the first time since the pandemic.

Attendees were also treated to a lineup of snazzily painted vehicles–with BASF and Glasurit coatings, of course. Pfaff Autoworks and Chris Pfaff were kind enough to loan the only Porsche 935 in Canada to BASF for the event.

Pfaff Autoworks and Chris Pfaff were kind enough to loan what is said to be the only Porsche 935 in Canada for the event. ) The P.A.C.E.R. program’s recently modified Dodge Dart police cruiser was also on scene, courtesy of Mathew John and the team at PaintSource. The day was full of fun and camaraderie—despite an early finish thanks to an unwelcome thunderstorm. Superlative awards like “most entertaining golfer” were awarded at lunch, along with a slew of raffle prizes.

Check out Collision Repair mag’s photos from the event below!


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