About Us Global-Golf4-Cancer is a globally active not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to inspire the golfing community to ‘fly the flag’ and support cancer fighters worldwide.
About the Global Golf4 Cancer 4-Flag Campaign Through utilising our distinctive 4-Flag, and by encouraging golf clubs and event organisers to fly this flag occasionally on the 4th hole of their golf courses, we are able to create highly memorable individual campaigns and events that can deliver awareness and fundraising opportunities.
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Launching the Global Golf4 Cancer
4-Flag Campaign Nick Edmund, the founder of Global-Golf4-Cancer (GG4C) and a three-time head and neck cancer survivor, launched the 4-Flag Campaign on March 4th 2017 when he began a walk of almost 2,000km (1,200 miles) along the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland carrying a set of golf clubs. The purpose of this ‘golf-walk’ was to visit 40 golf clubs and personally deliver a GG4C 4-Flag to each club after playing their 4th hole – so raising awareness for the campaign and its goals.
Going Global: A Series of Regional Campaigns and Special Events Following a successful launch in Ireland and the completion of a second awareness-creating 'Turnberry to Dornoch' golf-walk in Scotland, Global-Golf4-Cancer has been establishing a series of regional GG4C flag-flying campaigns and a selection of special GG4C flag-flying events throughout the golfing world. (Please visit our Campaigns and Events pages).
Flying the 4-Flag and Quarterly Awareness Days To facilitate the support of golfers and the golf industry, we are inviting a growing number of clubs and event organisers to participate by raising the GG4C 4-Flag periodically, as part of an individual campaign, or to do so on special occasions at events that are willing to support the cause.
We are of course happy for clubs fly the flag whenever they wish, but are especially keen that they consider doing so 4 times a year on the 4 quarterly ‘Global Golf4 Cancer Awareness Days’ (4th January, 4th April, 4th July and 4th October).