Youth on Course Hundred Hole Hike Set for Oct. 4 | Oregon Golf Association

Youth on Course Hundred Hole Hike Set for Oct. 4

This fall, golf-loving supporters—"Hikers"—will take on the formidable challenge to play 100 holes of golf (walking!) in one day to raise money and awareness for Youth on Course.

Oregon Junior Golf 501(c)(3) is seeking dontations for the lineup of Oregon golfers who are embarking on this year's Hundred Hole Hike. The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club will host the Oregon contingent on Oct. 4, 2019. 

This fundraising campaign is based on donations per hole completed. For example, if you give $100 total ($1 per hole) and the Hiker plays 100 holes, all $100 will go to support Youth on Course.

Hikers will be playing from sunup to sundown, walking 20+ miles, and taking hundreds of swings. Donations are based on a Hiker completing all 100 holes in one day. If they don’t finish, you will have the option to get a refund for any holes not played. 

For donations via check, please e-mail YOCH3@youthoncourse.org for instructions. 

Now in its 13th year, Youth on Course is expanding both nationally and internationally and currently operates in 33 U.S. states and Canada, serves over 65,000 youth members, and provides access to affordable golf at 1,250+ facilities nationwide.

 

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