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Mr. Rush Golf Challenge

Mr. Rush has lived up to his name and has set the challenge to all golfers to complete 18 holes as fast as possible whilst fundraising for Children with Cancer UK and helping the fight against childhood cancer.

How does it work? To take part in the Mr. Rush Golf Challenge, simply aim to raise £100 and complete an 18-hole round of golf as quickly as you can (no caddies allowed and no trolleys or buggies are allowed either). After your challenge, send in your score and time to the Children with Cancer UK team to get yourself on the leader board and see if you can beat Mr. Rush.

Everyone that takes part in the Mr. Rush Golf challenge will receive the following from us:

  • A Fundraising Pack containing lots of fundraising advice
  • Regular emails to provide top tips
  • A Children with Cancer UK golf set
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Register

Register to take part in the Mr. Rush Golf Challenge by completing our online form.

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Start your fundraising

Set up a fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving and aim to raised £100.

Set up your fundraising page
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Get on the leader board

Complete the challenge and let us know how you did by sending in your score and time.

Send in your score

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