Brad Ruber, Marcus McLeod, Markus Boyles and Chris Ward will put their stamina and endurance to the test while raising funds for Cancer Council NSW.
Collectively known as the Barracudas and representing Taree's Royal Hotel, the group will take part in The Longest Day.
The team will head out early on Monday morning, December 14, to the Forster Tuncurry Golf Club to complete the marathon task of playing a 72 hole round of golf.
Brad jokingly referred to the Barracudas as an 'elite golfing team', but will be the first to admit they're no Adam Scott, Jason Day, Greg Norman or Marc Leishman.
"We are taking on a 72 hole round of golf to help raise funds for a cancer free future, many of our family and friends have struggled with cancer and we are trying to make a difference," Brad said.
"I am so excited about this challenge. I'd love to say thank you to all the support and donations from our local business sponsors Riotech, Royal Hotel, Anna's Trophies and Embroidery, Westpac Taree, Tuncurry/Forster pro shop and golf club and Saltwater Wine," Markus added.
There's also talk within the team of monetary penalties for poor form on the course.
The Barracudas will aim to raise $2000. They are busy fundraising and you can help out by heading to the www.longestday.org.au/ to donate.
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