Sioux City Country Club

In 1908, Thomas M. Bendelow, then an aspiring golf course architect and now known as one of America’s greatest pioneers of golf course architecture, designed the golf course at Sioux City Country Club. We proudly feature a par 72, 18-hole golf course, ranging from 4890 to 6400 yards, designed to be challenging for all levels of players

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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

Hundred Hole Hike in February 2014 Golf Digest

In case you flipped right to Phil's 4 steps to land drives in garbage cans and lead the PGA Tour in plunked fans, or checked out the Korean-invasion in the magazine's first foray to rank the Top 10

HHH2013 Recap: In the News

A look back on videos and articles from Hundred Hole Hikes in 2013. Over $600,000 raised!

Go Low! Bonus Pledge Leaderboard

Thanks to the Hundred Hole Hike's new integrated bonus pledge feature, red numbers will mean more money raised for these worthwhile charitable causes.

The TRUE linkswear Trophy

It's been like Christmas at One Divot headquarters this week. Yesterday, a big shipment of official Hundred Hole Hike shirts from Linksoul showed up at the doorstep.

HHH Twitter Contest

We're going to do a twitter contest again this year. The concept is simple: Spread the word on Twitter, win some great golf prizes.

TRUE Up: Get your Limited Edition HHH Shoes Now

Our friends at TRUE linkswear have once against released a set of limited edition Hundred Hole Hike shoes, with a portion of the proceeds on sales through June 30th going to support the Hike.

HHH Facebook Contest: Guess the Birdie Count

How many birdies (or better) will be made by Hundred Hole Hikers in 2013?

HHH Yardage Book Fundraiser

A friend of HHH donated a box full of yardage books, many from top golf courses around the world. We're selling these yardage books first come, first served, to help raise money for the Hike.

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