Longest Day Golf Challenge | Macmillan Cancer Support

S&R fundraising for Macmillan. Nathan & Tom take on 72 holes in one day

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Golf has too much walking to be a good game, and just enough game to spoil a good walk." Oscar Wilde

Well Nathan and Tom are going to well and truly ruin the game by playing 4 rounds back-to-back, walking over 20 miles in aid Macmillan Cancer Support on the 20th of June (not quite the Longest Day, but the closet they could book!). The longest day challenge means playing 72 holes of golf, without the aid of a cart in a single day, hence the need for the most daylight hours possible.

Gillingham Golf Club, where we sponsor the 3rd Tee as part of our community support program, will be hosting the event and have kindly offered a search party should the final round take longer than expected.

Throughout the day, we will topping the team up to a four-ball with guests from the company, some much more able than others... Ellie will be on hand to post updates on our social channels for anyone that wants to get involved.

"I haven't played in over 20 years, so doubt I will be able to hit anything straight, but I still think the first four-ball of the day will be the lowest scoring - very happy to put something on this for the charity..." Allan, Sales Manager

Sponsoring is easy, there is a page setup within the Macmillan official site, just CLICK HERE

If you would rather organise your own team. here is all of the information on how to sign up -https://longestdaygolf.macmillan.org.uk/ 

"As always, we are proud of our team when they commit themselves to a fundraising event like this one and of course, this has our full support. Good luck guys!" Sharon, HR Manager

We are very grateful to John and Marianne at Duckling Golf for donating reclaimed Golf Balls for us to use on the day to help speed up the rounds. Click on the image below to visit Duckling Golf on Ebay. "Duckling Golf are proud to support a good cause, good luck to the guys on the day!"


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