100-Hole Hike benefits GAP's Youth on Course program - The Golf Association of Philadelphia

Aug 31, 2023

100-Hole Hike benefits GAP’s Youth on Course program

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One day. One hundred holes. Golf’s ultimate charitable challenge.


GAP is thrilled to announce its 100-Hole Hike fundraising event, scheduled for Oct. 2 at the prestigious DuPont Country Club. This exciting initiative aims to raise funds for the Association’s Youth on Course program, which provides affordable course access to junior golfers aged 6 to 18 across the GAP region, granting them the unparalleled opportunity to play at participating facilities for $5 or less per round.

The 100-Hole Hike is not your ordinary fundraising event—it’s a thrilling challenge that will test participants’ golfing prowess, endurance, and commitment to making a positive change for the game’s future. Hikers rally support from their personal networks of friends and colleagues, inviting them to donate towards their challenge of playing 100 holes in one day.

Event Details:

  • Date: Oct. 2
  • Location: DuPont Country Club’s Montchanin Course
  • Time: Tee-off begins at dawn
  • Format: Finish and walk 100 holes of golf

The Golf Association of Philadelphia’s Youth on Course program is dedicated to breaking down barriers and making golf accessible to all, regardless of background or financial means. By supporting golfers in the 100-Hole Hike, you’re supporting the future of golf in our region.

Golfer’s donation pages are now officially live. Donors are able to visit the 100-Hole Hike hub and select which participant to support on Oct. 2. Any dollar amount counts, and will go directly into YOC efforts moving forward.

For more information or to express future interest in hiking, contact Jason Funderburg via phone (610-687-2340, ext. 0022) or email (jfunderburg@gapgolf.org).

Follow @GAofPhilly on all social media platforms for updates, fundraising efforts and behind-the-scenes moments.

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