Three golf fanatics will tackle one of the sport's toughest feats - in the name of charity.
"In addition to playing golf on Saturday mornings, I'm going for a couple of walks as well, I did 30 kilometres last Saturday in preparation, we're all reasonably fit, but the time you spend on your feet is going to be the test," Stanton revealed.
The trio aims to tee off around 6am and finish about 8.30pm next Tuesday.
Given it will take around three and a half hours to complete 18 holes and the players will walk approximately 25kms, it doesn't leave much 'wiggle room'.
"It's a great initiative by the Cancer Council and another avenue to raise some money because, as we all know, everyone's been touched by cancer," Stanton suggested.
The players are low handicappers so, generally speaking, there shouldn't be too much time wasted looking for lost balls, although all golfers know it's bound to happen, at some stage.
The event attracts a number of golfers from across Australia, with a number of other players across the Border and North East facing the same challenge.
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However, those willing to support Wodonga's group can donate at Longest Day - Wodonga Crew.
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