Play By The Rules
A lot of people have asked me about the Hundred Hole Hike...once we get past the whole, "is it even possible" question, typically everyone wants to know about the rules. So, here are the rules to follow:
1. YOU MUST WALK THE ENTIRE ROUND! No golf carts are to be used at any time to transport clubs or hikers during a round. A golf cart may be used to transport a hiker, clubs and/or caddies from the 18th green to the 1st tee.
2. ALL PUTTS MUST BE HOLED OUT. No gimmies! We are keeping score, so we will play by the rules as often as possible.
That's about it!
I do plan on playing multiple course lengths throughout the day...I'll likely start the day playing it at the "members" length, will play at least one round all the way from the back and maybe even one round all the way up. Should be fun to see the same holes play differently throughout the day!
Once again, thank you for your interest in this event which will raise money for the Wee One Foundation! If you have not done so, please consider making a pledge to this Hike. 100% of the money raised will assist a family in need!
Visit www.weeone.org to learn more about this tremendous Foundation, its history, its mission and to read testimonials from some of the families who have benefited from the Wee One Foundation.
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Designed in 1969 by Geoffrey Cornish, Laurel View Country Club is a 18 hole public golf course in Hamden, Connecticut.