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Golfers tee up to raise funds for cancer
10 December 2021

Golfers tee up to raise funds for cancer

Golf 24 has teamed up with the Gold Coast Golf Crew to host the Longest Day Challenge on Saturday 11 December 2021.

The Gold Coast Golf Crew will play 24 hours of golf at the new Golf 24 facility recently opened in Southport. Golf 24 is accessible by its members 24 hours a day. 365 days a year.

Golf 24 General Manager and PGA Member, Adrian Lawson said the crew will aim for 450 holes over the 24-hour period.

“We are proud to be a part of the Longest Day to raise much-needed funds for Cancer Council Australia,” Mr Lawson said.

“At Golf 24 we don’t need to worry about what time it is or if it is raining outside, we will be able to play for the full 24 hours without any interruption.”

Tony Byrnes from the Gold Coast Golf Crew said the team are looking forward to playing courses from all over the world.

“We have set ourselves a big fundraising goal and believe this challenge will help us reach it,” Mr Byrnes said.

“The technology offered by Golf 24 is second to none.”

“The graphics are so realistic; we will feel like we are really there. Playing 450 holes of golf in 24 hours is very exciting for us.”

Golf 24 opened in August this year and has proven to be extremely popular with Gold Coast golfers. The team plan to open two new locations in Brisbane in early 2022.