4th Annual SCGA Youth on Course Golf Marathon
May 11, 2013 at Heartwell Golf Course
100 holes of golf in support of SCGA Youth on Course
Overall Event Goal:
How does Golf Marathon work? Marathoners play 100 holes of golf in one day at a Par 3 course and ask family and friends to make a small donation per hole played. There is no entry fee to participate, however, we do ask each marathoner to commit to raising at least $500. Raise over $1,000 and we’ll provide you with a caddy for the day!
Are you ready for the challenge? Join us in supporting SCGA Youth on Course programs by participating in our Golf Marathon event. Each golfer has their own fundraising page once registered on this site. By raising money as a participant or making a donation, you will be helping to support the following programs:
- Scholarship Program – will support more than 25 juniors continuing their education with funding of $100,000 in 2013
- Youth on Course Golf Pass - creates affordable access to golf for juniors though $1-$5 green fees and $1-$2 range fees for certified participants at more than 125 golf facilities in Southern California while teaching decision-making skills
VAULT – creates mentoring and educational opportunities for more than 100 youth to learn more about life, careers and college
Pledges can be taken per hole played or based on a general goal for the entire day.
Golf is the cruelest game, because eventually it will drag you out in front of the whole school, take your lunch money and slap you around."— Rick Reilly in ‘Master Strokes,’ from Sports Illustrated.