The second annual TJ Schiller Charity Golf Invitational was anything but your typical golf outing. It’s true, clubs were swung, balls were smashed into oblivion and some putts were (likely) made. However, the antics-driven ski community was sure to stamp its name into the Fairmont Chateau Whistler golf course in a rather unique fashion. Luckily, the crew didn’t have to abide by any particular dress code, other than wearing as little as possible, making the event one for the ages.
On a serious note—for the second straight year, Schiller hit a hole-in-one (pun intended) with the event, raising a significant amount of money for both Alpine Initiatives and The Auclair Fund. Par for the course (pun intended), a plethora of pro skiers and industry folk came to swing the sticks and slide down a few too many Caesars. Fun times were had and the crew was sure to celebrate life to the fullest extent.
“I’d like to give a big thanks to everyone at the Fairmont Chateau golf course for taking great care of all of the participants and sponsors,” states Schiller. “Everyone had more fun than they needed to and we exceeded our fundraising goals, raising more than $20,000 for both The Auclair Fund and Alpine Initiatives.”
Congratulations to all involved. Below, we’ve collected a sample of the debauchery that went down on the links this weekend. Enjoy the wild 15-second videos and mind boggling images.
Also, I’d like to say, Matt Margetts, please never change. You’re perfect.