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January 15Add to Calendar
Hundred Hole Hike
This popular event enters its sixth year having raised over $250,000 in funding for Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Clubhouse programs held at the Eastern Hub Community Centre in East Geelong.
About the event
Originating in the US, the Hundred Hole Hike is the brainchild of Jim Colton who started the concept to assist a friend who now lives with ABI following a skiing accident.
Each year it brings together a special group of golfers who put their mental and physical toughness on the line to complete the herculean task of playing 100 holes in one round – all in the name of charity.
The idea has travelled around the world and has so far supported 158 charities.
Brought to Australia by Brett Morrissy to raise funds to support a friend with an ABI, the genU Hundred Hole Hike is the only official Hundred Hole Hike event in the Southern Hemisphere.
How it works
Each participant pays a one-off registration fee of $150 and is then responsible for raising a minimum of $1000 in sponsorship for the event.
Registrations open NOW
Registrations for the 2018 genU Hundred Hole Hike are now open to all golfers ready to take on the challenge.
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Inclusion Project Officer, Sabina Reynolds 0447 158 101.