Take a hike for charity. Walk 100 holes in a day for [ENTER CAUSE HERE].

The Hundred Hole Hike (HHH) is a national-network of golf marathons where participants plan to walk 100 or more holes of golf in one day in order to raise money for various worthwhile charitable causes. The Hundred Hole Hike includes events at some of the top golf courses in the country, including many courses listed in the Top 100 by the various golf publications.

The Hundred Hole Hike builds on the success of the Ben Cox 155, an event launched by Jim Colton in 2011 at Ballyneal Golf & Hunt Club in Holyoke, CO. Colton, a Ballyneal member from Chicago, walked 155 holes in one day and raised over $110,000 for Cox, a Ballyneal caddie who was paralyzed in a skiing accident in March 2011.

The goal of the Hundred Hole Hike is to take the same passion and energy that fueled the Ben Cox 155 to a grander scale. Instead of one golfer at one club for one cause, the HHH will include numerous golfers at various clubs around the country, all walking to raise money for a variety of worthwhile causes. In 2012, 85 golfers raised over $600,000 for 30 worthwhile causes, bringing the total raised to close to $1 million over three years.

2014 BY THE NUMBERS:
Number of Hikers: 23
Total Holes Hiked: 2320 (23 golfers)
Total Birdies: 171
Total Eagles: 10
Total Aces: 0
Total Pledged: $29,062

2013 BY THE NUMBERS:
Number of Hikers: 85
Total Pledged: $602,813
Click here for a 2013 Year in Review

2012 BY THE NUMBERS:
Number of Hikers: 67
Holes Hiked: 7,602 (67 golfers)
Total Pledged: $273,000
Click here for a 2012 Year in Review

More Information:

Our Partners