Longest Day of golf for local identities


Have you ever had a long afternoon on the course?

A group of local sporting identities took part in the Longest Day golf challenge at the Singleton Golf Club.

The Longest Day is the ultimate golf challenge designed to test the skill, strength, and stamina of your members.

All round sporting talent Andrew Macpherson pictured after sinking a birdie putt.

The challenge is to complete four consecutive rounds (72 holes) of golf in one day and raise vital funds to help Cancer Council conduct research, deliver prevention campaigns and support people as they navigate the cancer journey.

Singleton Roosters (AFL Hunter Central Coast players) Andrew Macpherson, Alex Mitchell, Andrew Scott, Cameron White and Sam Brasington all endured the Upper Hunter’s heat on Sunday for the worthy cause.