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We need super men and super women to take on the toughest battle in golf.
You’ll need all your strength, (super) powers and drive to overcome the 72 holes, 300 shots and 20 mile walk. Superhero costume is optional.
In 2012, over 500 teams took part in the challenge and raised more than £560,000 to help people affected by cancer in the UK.
Getting involved is easy. All you need to do is organise a team of three or four players, register, decide on a date to play and start raising loads of money for Macmillan.
You can register online right now to take part in the Longest Day Golf Challenge 2013. If you love golf, then it's a great way to combine your passion for the game with helping to support people living with cancer.
The Longest Day Golf Challenge is the most exhilarating golf event in the UK today. That's what participants tell us, and that's what we strive for it to be. Find out how it works.
Because we're a thoughtful bunch at Macmillan Cancer Support, we've put our heads together and come up with some top tips to help you make your day a success.
Find answers to commonly asked questions about Macmillan Cancer Support's Longest Day Golf Challenge.
There are a number of ways to pay in your sponsorship money for the event.
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The Longest Day Golf Challenge is a fantastic way to support a great cause. I know first hand how invaluable Macmillan’s work is – so why not show what you’re made of and sign up today? Tim Lovejoy, Television Presenter
The Longest Day Golf Challenge is a fantastic way to support a great cause. I know first hand how invaluable Macmillan’s work is – so why not show what you’re made of and sign up today?
Tim Lovejoy, Television Presenter
Call 020 7840 4614
Write to National Events - Golf, Macmillan Cancer Support, 89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7UQ
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