There are a number of ways to get involved with Hundred Hole Hike:
Find a golfer and pledge your support on a per hole or lump-sum basis. Go to Base Camp to read the latest hiker blog posts to follow along and be a part of the excitement leading up to and during the event. And check out our HHHole-in-One Club where you commit to contribute to the cause of any participant who makes an ace during their Hike.
Up to the challenge? Want to support a charitable organization that you care about through your extreme passion for the game of golf? Consider participating as one of the many die-hards committed to walking 100+ holes in one day. Contact Jim Colton at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Interested in hosting a Hundred Hole Hike event at your home club? Talk to your pro or GM and let's add it to the growing national network of HHH-participating golf courses. Who knows...maybe your home club will be the one holding the TRUE linkswear Cup for 2012. Contact Jim Colton at email@example.com for more details.
Even if walking 100 holes in a day isn't feasible, there are a number of creative ways you can help to make the event a success. Maybe you can caddie for a friend for a round or two. Or perhaps act as a forecaddie on one green for the day to help shepherd golfers through more quickly. Anything you can do to help golfers get to 100 holes and beyond will only help raise more money for these worthwhile causes.
Follow the Hundred Hole Hike on Facebook and Twitter (@100holehike). Retweet liberally. Use any of the 'Share' tools listed throughout this site to spread the news of the event to your network of family and friends.
Hundred Hole Hike is seeking strong, strategic corporate partnerships. Reach a network of charitable golf enthusiasts and the friends and family who love them! Click here to see the current list of partners.
The Ben Cox 155 was fueled in large part by generous donations of groups of golf at many top golf courses around the world. Please consider donating a round of golf at your home club to be auctioned off on biddingforgood.com. 100% of the proceeds will go to the One Divot Fund, used to assist those in the golf “family” like Ben Cox and to support initiatives to grow the game in underserved areas.
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Mountain Ridge Country Club in West Caldwell, NJ is Donald Ross course built in 1929. The club is host to this year's USGA Senior Amateur.