Tee off for Cancer Council Queensland and help us ensure that no Queenslander faces cancer alone
Whether you are looking to Host a Charity Golf Day or wanting to challenge yourself with a 72-hole golf marathon we have the tools and resources to get you started.
By teeing off for a cause, all funds that you raise will go towards helping the 27,800 Queenslanders who will receive a cancer diagnosis annually.
Host a Charity Golf Day
Golf events are a popular fundraising opportunity which brings together members of the local community for a day on the green!
You can set it up to be as simple as organising a group of friends or sophisticated where you open it to business networks and sponsors along with a with a catered dinner to complete the day.
You can Host a Charity Golf Day anytime of the year and we are here to support you! . We have all the tools and resources online to help you and once registered, you will be assigned a local fundraising coordinator and receive a host kit in the mail which is full of useful ideas and tips!
You will be teeing off for a cancer free future in no time!Register Now
The Longest Day
The Longest Day Golf Marathon is an endurance golf challenge designed to test skill, strength and stamina, whilst raising much needed funds for Cancer Council Queensland for cancer research, prevention, information and support, and advocacy.
While the aim of the challenge is to complete 72 holes of golf between dawn and dusk on any given day during the month of December, if you are unable to do the whole 4 rounds of golf we encourage you to set yourself a challenge at your own pace. Have your friends, family and colleagues sponsor your efforts through your online fundraising page which you will receive when you register.
If you think you have what it takes to participate in The Longest Day register your interest now and get your welcome kit which has all the information which you need to get you started with your fundraising. You will also be assigned a fundraising coordinator to liaise with through the year for support
Being born and bred in South East Queensland, I am fully aware of the benefits and dangers of our sun. From spending weeks on the beach at Christmas time, to playing golf regularly, our amazing weather has a hidden risk.
I am now 44 and in the last few years, I have several friends diagnosed with a varying range of melanoma, some very serious. Much of the damage was done when we were kids as we didn’t know the dangers of spending time in the sun unprotected.
Although now we know better, I want to support Cancer Council Queensland by raising money as a part of my participation in Longest Day QLD 2018.”
Peter Robertson – The Longest Day participant 2018