Birdies4Brains: 100 holes of golf for a good cause

Interview with Brandon Mileski, charity about golfers playing 100 holes in one day

The annual Birdies4Brains event benefits individuals and families who have needs resulting from a traumatic brain injury. 

What started as a small group of friends avoiding work to play golf on the Summer Solstice has turned into a unique charitable mission born from the personal experience of Birdies4Brains founder Brian Eder and his sister’s inspiring recovery from a brain aneurysm. 

Golfing 100 holes isn’t for everyone, so if you want to get involved you can also donate and sponsor a golfer, or buy tickets and go celebrate the success of the day at Surly on Sunday, June 25.

• The Twist Birdies4Brains participants play 100 holes in a single day. For 16+ hours, golfers trek toward hole 100. Tee off is at 4:59 a.m. and play continues until the final putt on hole 100 drops.

• The Goal is to raise $125,000 in 2017. This will allow Birdies4Brains to aid many families and individuals who need support and resources.

• Monday, June 19, 2017, 5 a.m. to  9 p.m. at Keller Golf Course

• After-party Sunday, June 25, 2017,  12:30 p.m. to 3:30 Surly Brewing Co.

More information is available online.

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