100 Hole Golf Marathon

Breaking down barriers into golf through First Tee

This year’s 100 Hole Golf Marathon is set for May 16, 2022 at Wescott Plantation.  This annual event brings together golf enthusiasts and First Tee Friends to take the formidable challenge of completing 100 holes of golf or more in one day, raising money and awareness to Break Down Barriers into golf and First Tee.  Players golf all day – walking, running, and riding, while taking hundreds of swings.  Each player collects donations and pledges per hole from friends, families, and colleagues to support their efforts.  Most importantly, proceeds from this challenging and fun event will Break Down Barriers like the ones below for kids all across the Lowcountry!


100 Hole Golf Marathon Highlights (2021)

  • 88 players
  • 8,500+ holes played
  • 40,000+ swings
  • 1,500+ miles of golf
  • 1,000+ pledges/supporters
  • $135,000 funds raised to break down barriers into golf through First Tee
Past Champions

2021
Team Champions (fundraising) – Thomas Wagoner & Rex Riley
Team Champions (pledges) – Bill Read & Paul Heinauer
Champion Club of the Year (fundraising) – Country Club of Charleston
Champion Club of the Year (pledges) – Daniel Island Club

2020
Team Champions (fundraising) – Wes Sellew & Sted Dowd
Team Champions (pledges) – Jonathan Tuggle & Scott Houghton
Champion Club of the Year (fundraising) – Kiawah Island Club
Champion Club of the Year (pledges) – Yeamans Hall Club

2019
Team Champions (pledges) – Danner Benfield & Rich Brazeau
Team Champions (fundraising) – Thomas Wagoner & Rex Riley

 

If you would like to participate or support the upcoming 100 Hole Golf Marathon, please contact: 
Bucky Dudley  |  (843) 654-1228  |  [email protected]