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
Charity Golf Days are a fun way to get together with friends and family or can be a valuable networking opportunity, all whilst raising vital funds for cancer research, support services and prevention programs.
Golf events are popular fundraisers that bring 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 open it to business networks and sponsors, along with a catered dinner to complete the day.
You can Host a Charity Golf Day anytime of the year. We are here to support you and ensure your event is a success!
How it works
- FORM A TEAM Get your mates, colleagues or clients together and create a team.
- PLAN YOUR DAY Decide on a date and time, and choose which club you are going to tee off at.
- FUNDRAISE Get your family, friends, colleagues or clients to sponsor your Charity Golf Day and raise funds for Queenslanders impacted by cancer.
The Longest Day is an endurance golf challenge designed to test skill, strength and stamina, whilst raising much needed funds which will help to ease the burden of cancer across Australia.
The aim of the challenge is to complete 36, 54 or 72 holes of golf between dawn and dusk, on any given day during the month of December. Have your friends, family and colleagues sponsor your efforts through your online fundraising page, which you will receive when you register.Take on the Ultimate Golfing Challenge
Every dollar you raise will go towards helping people whose lives have been affected by cancer. This means funding world-class research, prevention and support services across Australia, as well as helping patients both today and in the future.