Josh is hitting the Hundred Hole Hike again in 2016 for Karingal and JMB
The Hundred Hole Hike is on again and Josh Fisher will be taking up the challenge on Friday 22nd January in Barwon Heads.
The action happens at 13th Beach Golf Links, where golfing enthusiasts will take up a challenge to play 100 holes of golf in one day – without using a cart. It’s for a great cause, in support of Karingal, a Geelong-based not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of people with a disability. Participants can also support an additional cause, and we are pleased that Josh has chosen, for a second year, to raise funds for the JMB Foundation as well.
Now in its fourth year, the Karingal HHH is the only event of its kind in Australia and we are delighted that Josh is dedicating his efforts towards raising money for Karingal and JMB Foundation’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) programs.
You can support us by supporting Josh. If you’d like to help, you can make a tax deductible donation via Karingal’s website. Make sure you select Josh Fisher from the list in the “Player Supporting” box.
If you’d like to know more about Karingal and Hundred Hole Hike, you will find the details here.
Here’s what Josh has to say about his participation this year:
To golf all day long has been on my bucket list for many moons and the HHH gave me that opportunity last year, however doing it once wasn’t enough so I am back in 2016. I love the mental and physical challenge that the Hundred Hole Hike affords on a personal level but, on a broader level, I look forward to helping raise some funds towards much needed programs that support people living with ABI through Karingal and the JMB Foundation. This year I am aiming to play 144 holes and with your support and encouragement, I will do my best to achieve that target. I hope to see you on the course on 22nd January 2016. If you can’t make it along to see how I go, you can support me by donating through the website. Thank you.
So we say good luck, Josh, and everyone else who is taking up the Hundred Hole Hike challenge, and thank you for your great efforts to help ABI sufferers.