What is the Golf Marathon?
The Golf Marathon is a one day, annual golfing fundraiser that is a lot of fun and a great way to support True Pursuit. If you enjoy golf, you can be a golfer on the day, but even if you don’t golf you can still participate by being a caddy or a “virtual caddy”. Each participant recruits sponsors who pledge a certain amount of money per hole. Beginning at sunup and playing until sundown, it is truly a marathon and each golfer usual plays around 100 holes of golf.
True Pursuit Fundraising
True Pursuit is a small organization with a large reach. We offer events, resources and facilitate training programs with men around the country. We confidently move forward in our mission to rescue men’s hearts and help men gain freedom. The ministry, staff, events, training programs and resources are supported entirely by charitable donations. To continue to do what we do we need people like you to support us financially. You can support us through a one-time donation, a monthly pledge, or participate in our fundraising events.
Golf Marathon Details
This year’s Golf Marathon will be October 7, 2019
7:30 A.M. Players arrive and stretch 8:00 A.M. Play Begins 12:30 P.M. Grab Lunch (on-the-go due to ensuring stiffness) 6:00 P.M. Celebrate together at Aubree’s
Who Should Participate?
Anyone who enjoys golf and is willing to raise money for True Pursuit can be a GOLFER and join us for the day. If you don’t want to or can’t be a golfer but enjoy the camaraderie and are willing to raise funds for True Pursuit you can be a CADDY for the golfers at the event. If you are unable to attend the event but still love True Pursuit and are willing to raise funds you can be a VIRTUAL CADDY.
The TP Golf Marathon is held at Pine View Golf Club in Ypsilanti, MI.
The cost to participate is free, yes, 100 holes of golf for free. However, the goal is for each participant to raise at least $500.
If you are interested in being a player, caddy, virtual caddy or pledge please contact Pete at firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at the Golf Marathon Manual for more information.