Jon Symons

I’m taking on Cancer Council’s The Longest Day...

... the ultimate golfing challenge to complete four rounds of golf in one day. That’s 72 holes! 

You all know that golf has played a huge part of my life. I’m a self confessed golf tragic.

Another thing that has played a huge part of my life is cancer. My young family lost our father to brain cancer many years ago. So from a very young age, I’ve been very conscious of cancer’s impact on families and the broader community.

To the point now, in 2020, being well and truly into middle age, whenever I hear of someone being touched by a cancer diagnosis, I find myself thinking that we are all just waiting to find out “which one” we’ll be diagnosed with - hoping it’ll be one of the ones that mankind has had  success in combating.

Surely - it being 2020, this shouldn’t be the way it is.

Researchers need funds to employ those that can win this war.

So that’s why I’ll be testing my skill, strength and stamina to raise funds for Cancer Council. 

Because Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, with two in three Australians diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70 and I want to help change this.

Please sponsor me today, to make every hole count!

Thank you for your generous donation. Together, let’s tee off for a cancer free future.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Mitchell Air Conditioning Refrigeration & Electrical Pl



Jeremy Dunn

All the very best


Jeffrey Symons



Thank you to Pacific members who contributed with cash during the day!


Debbie Symons

Love you Bub xo #golfwidow


Lyn And David Newcomb

Swing well Jon. Worthwhile cause and effort. Money for research fab idea. Been touched many times now by big C. Enjoy 😘


Peter Tirner

Good luck in the wet 😊 Great cause


Ben Hall

Great job boys


Judi Lipp

Wonderful endeavour, if slightly mad



Great work Jono. We ❤️you. Em,Jem,Macka &Sophie


Jarrod Mitchell

Lost mum too young too mate, Proud of you legend


Neil Churches

Sorry that it can't be more Jon:(!


Larry Bird


Chris Cheng


Gail Janes

Great job Jon and boys x


Grant Noonan

Get into it mate. I want to see at least par.



John a good friend of ours died in September aged 63, he was only diagnosed with a melanoma in March, it metastasized throughout his organs very quickly. It hard to believe he is gone, he enjoyed life to the full and had so many plans.


Karen Couch

Couldn’t choose so split into both 😂


Andrew Stanley

Good luck


Warwick Hollier Hollier


Gail Janes


John East

Well done Jon for supporting such a worthwhile cause. Best of luck with your fundraising.


Owyn Butters