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Karingal Foundation

2017 HHH Poster


Established in 2013 the Karingal Hundred Hole Hike is still the only official event of its kind in the southern hemisphere and last year broke the world record for the greatest number of golfers in a Hundred Hole Hike event.  Golfers take on the challenge of playing a full 100 holes of golf continuously AND walking the magnificent course at 13th Beach Golf Linksat Barwon Heads - no buggies allowed.

"The Karingal Hundred Hole Hike is certainly no walk in the park but it is a great way to raise money for this really important cause - Acquired Brain Injury. It is part endurance test, it is part playing golf from dawn to dusk and also a heap of fun raising money this way, because that is the most important part. I am hoping to get in training soon to take on the challenge again in 2016" 

             - Brett Morrissy, golfer and founder of Hundred Hole Hike Australia.

During the past four years our golfers have helped to raise over $180,000 which has gone directly towards ABI programs and the Eastern Hub.  This unique facility offers people with an ABI, their carers and family members, a place where they can spend time with others and receive important peer and social support.

Click here to register or phone Sabina Reynolds on (03) 5222 1484











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