Two young men are teeing up to complete a 100-holes-in-one-day golf challenge in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

The 22-year-old friends, Harry Ling and Jacob Dilella, are meeting the challenge head-on at Mundesley Golf Club on Saturday, June 22.

In order to complete their goal, they must go around the nine-hole course 11 times plus one extra hole, equal to a walk greater than 30 miles.

Commencing just before 5am, the duo hope to complete the tournament before dark.

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"We saw the Prostate Cancer event on social media and decided it would be a great challenge for a good cause," said Mr Ling who is an RNLI lifeguard when he's not on the greens.

In addition to the challenge, both Harry and Jacob plan to undertake a prostate check to endorse the significance of men getting themselves regular checkups.

In 2020, the Big Golf Challenge managed to raise over £3.4 million for prostate cancer research.

Mr Ling and Mr Dilella invite supporters to join them for the last hole and participate in a 'nearest the pin' competition to increase funds.

Donations can be made on their JustGiving page 'Harry and Jacobs 100 hole golf challenge'.