Brisbane golfer plays an amazing 2001 holes in a week to raise money for Ronald McDonald House

Brisbane golfer Mick McLoughlin did something amazing last week to raise money for Ronald McDonald House.

Mick McLoughlin played a remarkable 2001 holes in 7 days. That’s an incredible 110 rounds of golf, an average of 16 rounds of golf a day to smash the world record and raise over $250,000 for Ronald McDonald House. There aren’t enough superlatives for this.

The live interview with Seven’s Sunrise program was fantastic and Mick does a great job to explain the purpose of the feat and while keeping his mind on the job at hand.

If anyone has had anything to do with the work that people at Ronald McDonald House do it’s easy to understand why Mick took on such an amazing challenge. The work this organisation does for sick kids and their families is extraordinary.

You can check out all the photos from Mick’s Golf Challenge on his Facebook page.

And while the record was broken last week, you can still donate to the cause here.

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