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100 Hole Hike

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Golf's Ultimate Charitable Challenge

Youth on Course supporters from across the country become “Hikers” and take on the formidable challenge of playing (and walking!) 100 holes of golf in one day, all in an effort to help ensure young people have affordable access to golf and the life-changing opportunities that come with playing the sport.

How It Works

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. Each dollar raised goes towards supporting Youth on Course’s core purpose and initiatives (learn more about what we do here).

New this year is the opportunity to participate at one of three different fundraising levels (Premier, Champions, and Pro), with each level offering unique destinations and experiences.

  •  Premier:  At a $10,000 fundraising-minimum, these Hikes offer 5-star accommodations, bonus golf at a standout local course, a celebratory dinner with fellow Hikers, and exclusive branded swag. 
  •  Champions:  At a $5,000 fundraising-minimum, these Hikes offer overnight accommodations, a celebratory dinner with fellow Hikers, and exclusive branded swag.
  •  Pro:  At a $1,500 fundraising minimum, these Hikes offer exclusive branded swag. 
2023 Hike Map (3)


Remaining Locations

National Hikes
  • National Hikes
  • Allied Golf Association Hikes

National Hikes

Participating in a National 100 Hole Hike will support Youth on Course on a global scale.

PREMIER  The Hay, Pebble Beach, CA – October 9 | Bonus Round at The Links at Spanish Bay

CHAMPIONS The Lakes at El Segundo, El Segundo, CA – October 13

PRO San Jose Country Club, San Jose, CA – October 16

PRO F.M. Law Park, Houston, TX – October 20

PREMIER The Horse Course at Trinity Forest, Dallas, TX – October 30 | Bonus Round at Trinity Forest Golf Club

PREMIER Cloud 9, Las Vegas, NV – November 10 | Bonus Round at Cascata

Allied Golf Association Hikes

Participating in an AGA Hike will support Youth on Course programming locally in that region!

Alabama Golf Association

  • The Back Yard at Oxmoor Valley, Birmingham, AL – October 30

Carolinas Golf Association x Georgia State Golf Association

  • Old Barnwell, Aiken, SC - October 12

Colorado Golf Association

  • CommonGround Golf Course, Aurora, CO – September 25

Golf Association of Michigan

  • The Park at Cascade Hills Country Club, Grand Rapids, MI – September 28
  • Country Club of Detroit - Par 3 Course, Detroit, MI – October 3
  • Verona Hills - The Hike, Bad Axe, MI - October 9

Golf Canada

  • Atlantic | Aspotogan Ridge Golf Course, Hubbards, Nova Scotia - September 25
  • Ontario | Eldorado Golf Course, Whitby, Ontario - October 5

Iowa Golf Association

  • Coldwater Golf Links, Ames, IA – October 9

Junior Golf Association of Arizona

  • Canyon Mesa Golf Club, Sedona, AZ – October 4

Maryland State Golf Association

  • The Suburban Club, Pikesville, MD – September 5

Mass Golf

  • The Links at Mass Golf, Norton, MA – September 18

Minnesota Golf Association

  • Cragun's Resort on Gull Lake - Par 3 Course,  Brainerd, MN – August 10
  • Lafayette Club, Minnetonka Beach, MN – September 18
  • Oak Glen Executive Course, Stillwater, MN – September 19

Utah Golf Foundation

  • Fore Lakes Golf Course, Taylorsville, UT – September 25

Virginia State Golf Association

  • Schoolhouse Nine Golf Course, Sperryville, VA – September 19
  • The Hollows Golf Club, Montpelier, VA – September 19
  • Cedar Point Club, Suffolk, VA – September 19

Get Started

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Have Questions? Contact Rachel Miller, YOC National Events Manager

Highlight Video

Why I Hike

Roger Steele, YOC Global Ambassador

 “The things Youth on Course does for the future of golf is some of the most important work there is to be done. Everyone can donate resources, but who is willing to give their time and energy to also impact growth? The Hike is how I feel I show that I’m truly invested in the YOC mission and growing golf for the youth.”