Create your page
Sign up for the Golf Challenge.
Log your strokes (be truthful)
List your round of 18.
Share your page
Show your friends or coworkers your progress so they can donate or create their own pages.
Meet The Golfers
Frequently Asked Questions
Every dollar helps us bring meaningful programming to more youth and families who have suffered trauma.
Who should I contact?
Should I play an 18-hole course?
We are recommending that you play a round on a standard full-sized course. Have Fun!
How do I log my strokes?
Once you've signed up and created your fundraising page, you can log your strokes from your page.
1. Make sure you're logged in to your JustGiving account
2. Visit your fundraising page
3. Click "Log Strokes"
4. Enter your strokes (be truthful!), date and any comments you want to share on your fundraising page timeline
5. Click "Log Strokes" and you will see your activity appear in your page timeline and added to your strokes logged total on the left of your fundraising page
6. Need to change the strokes logged? You can delete an entry from your timeline and re-enter strokes if needed
Make sure you log your strokes by October 15!
Have any other questions about your fundraising page or JustGiving account? Contact the JustGiving support team.
How do golf scores work?
The Simple Basic of Golf Scoring: Count Every Swing
Every time you swing at the golf ball with the intention of hitting it, that is a stroke. Every time you make a stroke, count it. At the end of each hole - after you have rolled the ball into the cup - tally the strokes you used on that hole. And that is your score for the hole.
Did it take you 6 swings on the first hole to put the ball in the hole? Then your score on that hole is 6. If you then make a 4 on Hole 2, your score after two holes is 10. And so on, continuing until the end of play. You write each of these scores on the scorecard, in the row or column where each hole is listed.
Once you are finished with the golf course (or it's finished with you!), add all of those individual hole scores together. That is your total score for the round.
There are some other circumstances - for instance, every beginner (every golfer of every level) will have to add penalty strokes here and there. At least, if you are playing strictly by the rules.
But most simply put, a golf score is the number of times you whacked that little ball around the course.