A bit of history is expected to be made in the central Alberta town of Ponoka next week.
The inaugural All Nations Cup will be staged over six days at the Wolf Creek Golf Resort. The tournament, which is restricted to golfers with First Nations ancestry, is expected to feature more than 570 participants. With that many entrants, the event is expected to not only be the largest indigenous golf tournament ever in Alberta, but in Canada as well. Action will commence this Sunday, July 25th, when junior divisions will be contested.
More than 30 First Nations will be represented at the tournament.