Midnight Golf

The Midnight Golf Program (MGP) is a 30-week empowerment and mentoring experience that teaches life skills including financial literacy, college preparation, community activism, as well as, learning to play golf. It is a program that makes a positive impact in the lives of the participants. Midnight Golf Program Overview Meets twice weekly – Monday and Wednesday from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at Marygrove College in Detroit. Life Skills are taught by business, human service and education professionals. Golf is taught by PGA of America professionals. Adults from all walks of life, generations and experience, volunteer their time to serve as mentors for the participants. Nearly 800 participants were admitted or graduated from 90 different colleges and universities. Since 2001, more than 1000 young people joined the Midnight Golf Program, 800 plus completed the 30 week learning experience with nearly 800 students admitted to or graduated from 90 different colleges and universities. There are currently 132 participants in Detroit, Michigan. Through the training and experiences the participants become empowered and socially responsible young adults prepared to maximize their potential and appreciate the game of golf. Mission – To improve under-served young adults’ personal and professional development, success and appreciation of the game of golf. Vision – Empowered, socially responsible young adults prepared to maximize their potential. Core Values Accountability – We take responsibility for all that we commit to accomplish Caring – We are concerned and committed to the needs of all Empowerment – We provide information and access to skills that equip young people for success Exposure – We provide critical opportunities to experience people, places and activities vital to youth development Integrity – We are honest in our relationships and activities Quality – We perform every activity with excellence Relevance – We are committed to growing young adults prepared to succeed around the globe Respect – We exhibit respect for ourselves and others

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The 108

Six years ago, the Hundred Hole Hike got its roots from the "Ben Cox 108". That's when I initially set out to play six rounds of golf in a day at Ballyneal for caddy Ben Cox.

Keepin' It 100

I have to admit something: as of three weeks ago, I wasn't going to do the Hundred Hole Hike this year.

HHH 2016: A Double Dose of Doak

Two weeks ago, I did something I swore I would never do again: complete two Hundred Hole Hikes in four days.

Year 5 - Hundred Hole Hikes 9 & 10

It's hard to believe that we are in the fifth year of the Hundred Hole Hike.

The Hundred Hole Hike at The Loop at Forest Dunes

Tom Doak, Matt Ginella, Ashley Mayo and Jim Colton to play/walk 108+ holes on reversible course in Roscommon, Michigan on June 23rd to raise money for Midnight Golf in Detroit

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Jim Colton

Matt Ginella

Tom Doak

Ashley Mayo