Golfers take on epic challenge for Macmillan Cancer Support


Longest Golf Day Challenge

Three golfers will be attempting to play 72 holes in one day to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support in the Longest Golf Day Challenge.

Ben Cashen, Daniel Ellis and Nigel Brake will be taking part in the Longest Day Golf Challenge at Hever Castle Golf Club on Monday 25 June.

Ben says, “We’ll be teeing off at 4:30am and expect the final putts to take place at around 9:30am, so around 17 hours of golf, 20 miles of walking around 300 shots each from start to finish. No golf buggies are allowed, so for any golf enthusiast this is the ultimate test.”

Daniel added: “We are hoping to raise upwards of £1,500. The Longest Day Golf Challenge is a great way to support a really worthwhile cause and raise money for people affected by cancer.”

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Alternatively, there will be collection boxes at the first tee on the day and in the Club.

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