A charitable experience only the brave have attempted.
Youth on Course supporters from across the country become “Hikers” and take on the formidable challenge of playing (walking!) 100 holes of golf in one day.
Hikers rally support from their personal networks of friends and colleagues, inviting them to pledge donations for each hole of golf the hiker successfully plays. Each dollar raised goes towards supporting Youth on Course’s mission and programs that help provide young people with affordable access to play golf, along with opportunities to learn and gain work experience in the industry.
EACH LOCATION OFFERS A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE FOR HIKERS
WISCONSIN: June 6th – The Baths in Kohler (Kohler, WI)
TENNESSEE: June 29th – Sweetens Cove (S. Pittsburgh, TN)
NORCAL: July 29th – The Hay (Pebble Beach, CA)
VEGAS: August 8th – Cloud 9 at Angel Park (Las Vegas, NV)
PINEHURST: August 15th – The Cradle at Pinehurst (Pinehurst, NC)
SOCAL: August 29th – Sherwood Lake Club (Thousand Oaks, CA)
PALM BEACH: October 5th – Palm Beach Par 3 (Palm Beach, FL)
DALLAS: October 10th – The Horse Course at Trinity Forest (Dallas, TX)
NORCAL: October 17th – The Hay at Pebble Beach (Pebble Beach, CA)
SOCAL: November 28th – The Lights at Indio (Indio, CA)
Fundraising expectations vary by site – inquire for more information.
A member of our team will be in touch soon to share more details and to help you register to Hike.
Whether you make a pledge per hole or a direct donation, it's simple to show your support.
Your gift will serve as much needed motivation for a hiker's charitable efforts.Head to 100HoleHike.org
Signing up is easy, and the reward of supporting young people is well worth the effort.
Have questions? Contact Youth on Course Events Manager, Rachel Miller.Contact Rachel
Join us at one of our premier sites at venues including the Tiger Woods-designed par-3 course in Pebble Beach, or Hike at a course in your area.
Reach out to our team to learn more and sign up!Sign Up to Hike
Together they played a collective 15,000 holes, walked 2,200 miles and raised more than $1,970,000 to support Youth on Course members. Watch how it all unfolded.WATCH THE RECAP VIDEO