NJSGA to Partake in Youth on Course 100 Hole Hike on August 29 at Madison Golf Club
MADISON, N.J. - On Monday, August 29, members of the New Jersey State Golf Association staff and past presidents will be taking on the Youth on Course 100 Hole Hike challenge to play 100 holes of golf in one day while raising money for a great charitable cause with every hole played.
Team NJSGA has started fundraising and will be accepting donations through the event. To support Youth on Course, you can pledge any amount towards any golfer in the link below.
Each dollar raised goes towards supporting Youth on Course’s mission and programs that help provide young people with affordable access to play golf, along with opportunities to learn and gain work experience in the industry.
"The NJSGA is proud to host this Youth on Course event at Madison Golf Club," expressed Michael McFadden, NJSGA President. "This is yet another program to assist deserving youth via affordable golf and providing internships and scholarships. Please consider donating to one of our participants or stopping by the course to lend some encouragement."
Established in 1896, Madison Golf Club just celebrated its milestone 125th anniversary last year. Madison is known for being a challenging and well-maintained private nine-hole golf course.
Through the generosity of individual donors and support of organizations throughout the country, the successful Youth on Course program subsidizes rounds of golf for $5 or less for children between the ages of 6 through 18. Since its founding by the Northern California Golf Association in 2006, Youth on Course has grown to over 130,000 members and 1,700 participating member courses in the United States.