A whole day of golf sounds like a pleasant day off, but for one group of golfers it's going to be proper test of endurance on December 14.
The Longest Day of Golf is a fundraiser for the NSW Cancer Council, with the group aiming to raise a handy $3000 to support cancer research and awareness efforts.
It's far from a cheeky 18 holes, with the group set to make their way around the course four times for a total of 72.
Among the group is Griffith Golf Club director Josh Stapleton, course superintendent Jason Magoci and club professional James Lethlean.
"It lives up to its name, the longest day. By the end you're starting to feel it a bit," Mr Lethlean said.
It lives up to its name, the longest day.Club professional James Lethlean
"It's all for a good cause, so it's worth it."
The players will be setting off at 6am to play all day and hope to finish within 12 hours.
Mr Stapleton said there was a fine balance between rushing through the course and deftly making sure you weren't adding to the workload by hacking the ball.
"It's only a mental game for three hours then it's making sure the body holds up," he said.
The group will be keeping a close eye on the weather forecast and crossing their fingers it's a balmy 26 degrees.
"It's a test of stamina, agility and endurance," Mr Magoci said.
Among the seven players taking on the challenge, three start their scores off scratch on the Griffith course while the rest have a small handicap.
There's no prizes for completing the course quicker, but the group will throw down a few challenges to keep the day interesting.
"We'll have a few side bets, so nearest the pin or long drive, will be taken, with the proceeds added to the donations," Mr Stapleton said.
To support the fundraising effort, visit the club's pro shop, or visit https://www.longestday.org.au/fundraisers/jimmyslegends