The genU Hundred Hole Hike is back in 2018.

A fundraiser that raises money for programs to support people living with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) in the Geelong region, the January 15 event will be held at The Sands, Torquay.

For further information email sabina.reynolds@genu.org.au or call Inclusion Project Officer, Sabina Reynolds 0447 158 101.

Fundraising Leaderboard

  1. Patrick Lockie – $3,595.00
  2. Phil Shay – $3,275.00
  3. Joshua Fisher – $1,345.00
  4. Adam Czuba – $760.00
  5. Jonathan Feldman – $757.00
  6. David Tucker – $640.00
  7. Jackson Smith – $627.45
  8. Adam Conquest – $540.00
  9. Matt Kirtley – $370.00
  10. Mark Vanhamond – $120.00

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2018 registered players

Dr Patrick LockieEntering the HHH for the second year in a row, Patrick is hoping his excellent short game will again serve him well. Supporters with deep pockets is just what the doctor has ordered.

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Occupation: Health and Physical Education Teacher.
Golfing background: Previous member of 13th Beach. A golfer who always takes the riskiest option.
Reason for doing HHH: Looking for a gruelling physical challenge, while also raising money for a great cause like ABI.

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Jonathan FeldmanOccupation: High School Teacher.
Golfing background: Have been hooking, slicing and duffing my way around Geelong’s golf courses for 20 years. Spent the last two years recovering since my first Hundred Hole Hike.
Reason for 100 holes: To get behind genU and the ABI Clubhouse in their support of members of our Geelong community, and to stretch myself in the process.

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David TuckerOccupation: Maths and Physical Education Teacher at Covenant College, Geelong.
Reason for HHH: I’ve completed the HHH once before in 2014 and I’m back for more! I’m looking forward to the challenge and would like to contribute to a worthy cause while doing so.

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Matt KirtleyOccupation: Civil Engineer for Geelong City Council.
Golfing background: Had a highly promising junior golfing career, but it was cruelly cut short by a chronic quadricep general soreness.
Reason for HHH: To silence the critics who have suggested I can’t walk for a whole day without quitting and to support genU.

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Occupation: Community based pharmacist at the East Geelong Discount Drug Store.
Golfing background: Phil loves his golf and is a regular participant of the Hundred Hole Hike.
Reason for HHH: As a runner and golfer, I love the idea of raising money for such a great organisation as genU by combining my favourite sports in the challenge of the Hundred Hole Hike.

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Occupation: Commercial Engagement Manager at the Transport Accident Commission (TAC)
Golfing background:  I’ve always played a little golf a lot…..it’s a great way to catch up with friends and have some fun banter.
Reason for doing HHH:  GenU does some fantastic work, so to be able to support them and their clients is terrific.

 

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Information coming.

Information coming.

Josh returns to the Hundred Hole Hike in 2018 –
and he’s upping the stakes.  After conquering 144 holes
in 2016, Josh has set himself a target of 200 holes this year.
This picture was taken after the 144.  Good luck Josh.

 

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