Solich Caddie & Leadership Academy

The Solich Caddie & Leadership Academy was launched in 2012 to provide financially needy young men and women with the opportunity to learn and benefit from golf through caddying. This Academy provides the opportunity for kids to develop skills that they will use both on and off the golf course, to learn the caddie trade, and to potential qualify as an Evans Scholar.

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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.

2016 Hundred Hole Hike Summary

This year’s Hundred Hole Hike was an incredible experience and so I’d like to share a few thoughts and pictures from it…


Keepin' it 155

Hundred Hole Hike 2015

It's that time of year again. Hundred Hole Hike season is upon us. The Masters was really green, the US Open was really brown, and the days are really long!

One Year Later...

Like most Dads, I celebrated Father's Day by executing my God-given right to sit on the couch on watch golf all day. The guy who first decided to align the U.S.

Solich Caddie & Leadership Academy

Here's a nice piece by former HHHer Matt Ginella on the Solich Caddie and Leadership Academy and the Evans Scholars Foundation.

While We're Young: My 2013 Hundred Hole Hike (Vol. 4 St. Andrews)

There it was, in big beautiful, upper case letters at the top of the page:

OLD COURSE - Thursday, 04 July 2013

06:20  EVENSON J - COLTON J - DOAK T -  WATT D - 100 HOLE CHARITY CHALLENGE

While We're Young: My 2013 Hundred Hole Hike (Vol 3, Cabot Links)

Walking up to the 10th tee at Highlands Links, Stanley Thompson’s masterpiece in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, I finally approached the twosome that I had been dawdling behind for most of the front nine. They were in the middle of a conversation with the woman at the halfway house (someone they obviously knew) and offered to let me play through. Of course, I obliged. As I pulled my club for this short, downhill par 3, one of the gentlemen offered, “Take an extra club…this hole always plays longer than it looks.”

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