It's simple – this summer you'll play four rounds of golf to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
In a word – yes! We encourage you to take on your 72 holes whenever works for you. We would like to reassure you that the Golf team are keeping a constant eye on government guidance and will update our supporters should the event no longer be able to take place. Join our Facebook group to get the latest updates on this year's challenge.
Captains invite their three other team members via a social link (email, Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp). Potential team members then follow the link which directs them to a registration page to join the team and tell us about themselves. Each player will receive their own emails from us, from then on.
No, it's absolutely free to register. We just ask you raise as much as you can to help people living with cancer.
Scoring is the best two Stableford scores in the team per hole, with full handicap allowance. Active and inactive handicaps will be accepted.
Anyone who can play golf. You don't need to have an official handicap to join in. Simply gather your team of four.
Under 18s must have at least one parent or guardian in the same team in order to undertake the challenge. Please note that your team will not be eligible for entry into the prize competition to attend the Finals weekend at Boavista Golf Resort in Portugal if any team member is under 18 years old, even if they are accompanied. Please also note, the Competition prize may be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply.
There's no minimum number of team members. More than four team members are welcome to play but only four members (including the captain) can be registered on the website. The Finals competition is only open to teams of a maximum of four people. Terms and conditions apply.
If your chosen golf club has closed, we advise that you rebook your challenge for when the club has reopened or find an alternative club for you to play your 72 holes.
You need to book directly with the club. There are some brilliant ways you can get them on board like offering to host a gathering at the clubhouse after the game and giving them a poster to put up on your behalf. Visit the Location page for more tips.
Yes, of course you can. It is up to you how hard you make your challenge, but it might slow down your progress; daylight is key here so as long as you've still got plenty, you're good to go.
To save time you should play off the forward tees (men - yellow, ladies - red).
We feel for it to be the ultimate challenge, you should try to not use golf buggies. However, we completely understand that in certain circumstances supporters should use them and, in some instances, such as extreme weather conditions, we would advise you use them. Using golf buggies does not affect your eligibility for the Finals competition.
We'd be very honoured! You can check out our Macmillan merchandise from the Macmillan online shop.
While playing on or close to the longest day will give you the most daylight hours, you can play on any date this summer that is suitable for you and your team.
Please make sure all your fundraising is in by 15 September 2023 to be in with a chance of winning a place at the Finals. Terms and conditions apply.
The four teams (over 18s only, maximum four persons per team) who have raised the most money by 15 September 2023 will win a place at the Finals, subject to qualifying terms and conditions. Teams with more than four team members will not be eligible for the competition.
All the funds raised, whether that's online or offline, will be factored into teams' totals. To be counted, all funds must have been received by Macmillan by 15 September 2023. All funds appearing on team pages will be checked against what has been received by Macmillan. Any donations that haven't been raised directly through the official Longest Day Golf fundraising page or JustGiving may not show on the leaderboard but will still count towards the overall competition total. Find out more.
Well done on getting your company to match your donation. To help us to track your matched donation, get in touch with the Macmillan Golf Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0300 1000 200 with the relevant information, which you can find on our Ways to donate page. Any donations that haven't been raised directly through the official Longest Day Golf fundraising page or JustGiving may not show on the leaderboard but will still count towards the overall competition total.
This is the unique number assigned to your team – use it when contacting us to make any changes to your team page. You should also reference it when transferring the offline donations you've raised.
All money pledged to Macmillan on your team page will come to us automatically. You can also use the paying in slip included in your fundraising pack at any branch of Natwest, Royal Bank of Scotland or Ulster Bank. Alternatively, you can contact us for a unique reference number and our account details to make a bank transfer.
The Longest Day Golf Challenge
Macmillan Cancer Support
PO Box 791
If you would like to pay by cheque, please make it out to Macmillan Cancer Support and post to the address above. Remember to include your paying in slip and please write your team name and team captain name on the back of the cheque.
Please allow up to 10 working days for a donation to appear on your page. If it isn't appearing correctly after that, please email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Any donations that haven't been raised directly through the official Longest Day Golf fundraising page or JustGiving may not show on the leaderboard but will still count towards the overall competition total.
Note that donations not made directly to the Longest Day Golf Challenge website (such as cheques and cash) will only be added to your total amount, and not listed out separately.
Absolutely. However, any team with members under 18 years old must have at least one parent or guardian in the same team in order to undertake the challenge. Please note that your team will not be eligible for entry into the Longest Day Golf Prize Competition if any team member is under 18 years old, even if they are accompanied.
The captain of your team will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can change your team name – please note it may take a week or two to do this.
Please check that you are uploading a photo using the correct format (JPEG or PNG) and ensure your image isn't larger than 5MB. Please also try to upload your photo using a different internet browser. If you continue to have an issue, please contact the Golf Team at email@example.com.
To be eligible for the competition prize of playing in the Finals, all four team members must be over 18. All funds must be in by 15 September 2023. Please note the prize is subject to change. For more details, see our competition terms and conditions.
Yes of course. You can do it on your team page. We'll also send the team captain sponsorship forms and stickers to turn anything into a collection box so you collect the traditional way too. Ask your club if you can put the collection box in the bar.
Any donations that haven't been raised directly through the official Longest Day Golf fundraising page or JustGiving may not show on the leader board but will still count towards the overall competition total.
For more information, you can read our Terms and Conditions here.
Thank you for boosting your funds using Facebook! Please note that we are not able to see individual fundraising activity on Facebook automatically.
Please let us know if you are fundraising on Facebook so that we can ensure your Facebook donations are included in your Macmillan fundraising total.
Any donations that haven't been made through your Longest Day Golf fundraising page may not show on the leader board or individual fundraising pages but will count towards your overall total.
You'll need to contact the golf club you were planning on playing at and arrange an alternative date for your challenge. You can update the date of your challenge on your team page.