Playing 72 holes in a single day is no mean feat and the day is made even more memorable when you’re playing with friends and helping those impacted by cancer.
Hear from past participants and get inspired!
“Hitting off as the sun rises. Tapping in as it goes down. 72 holes in between. Walking! Of course it was one of the great days. And for a great cause. Once the feet had forgiven me we couldn't wait to do it again.”
Sports journalist and presenter
“Once the day is done we will all have achieved something awesome and helped out a good cause.”
Stuart and team Tee Off For Charity
Beachside Golf Club
“The game of golf is challenging but so is life for people who are impacted by cancer.”
Paul and Prescilla
Hurstville Golf Club
“Even though my sister was diagnosed with cancer 21 years ago and tragically passed away, she is my inspiration and gives me all my drive, especially through the gruelling 72 holes of golf I play every December in her memory and in support of Cancer Council Victoria. I know this organisation puts money towards tremendous research and helps families affected by cancer in their time of need.”
Winchelsea Golf Club Junior Club Champion
“In 2017 my mum died of pancreatic cancer. Mum had retired and taken up golf. She was pretty keen and I enjoyed many rounds with her. I took on the challenge to play 72 holes of golf in one day to help raise money for Cancer Council in memory of my mum.”
Monash Country Club member
“It was pure joy being out on the golf course for an entire summer’s day attempting something I’d never tried before in playing 72-holes in one go. At the same time we were generating much needed funds into skin cancer research, a cause that all golfers can certainly relate to.
I can’t wait for the Longest Day in December to undertake this unique golf marathon once again.”
Chief Operations Officer, Golf Australia
“In the last few years, I have had several friends diagnosed with a varying range of melanoma, some very serious. Much of the damage was done when we were kids as we didn’t know the dangers of spending time in the sun unprotected.
Now we know better and I want to support Cancer Council by raising money as a part of my participation in The Longest Day.”