Oklahoma City, OK - June 20, 2019 –
Hidden Trails Country Club Professional JC Carbonell will attempt to walk and play 100 holes of golf to raise money for Junior Golf Initiatives and Folds of Honor Foundation of Oklahoma City.
JC is new to Oklahoma City and is in his first year as Instructor and Golf Supervisor at Hidden Trails. To this point the event staff has raised over $3000 on their way to the goal of $12,500. JC will be utilizing a team of caddies and fore caddies to assist him in this amazing feat. Wade Walker PGA Professional and Director of Golf at Hidden Trails stands behind his assistant and has rallied the membership in support of the cause. Walker is the Head Coach of Hidden Trails PGA Junior League team and has been a catalyst for junior golf in the OKC Metro Area for over a decade. Club owner Lloyd White and General Manager Judy Rollins are excited for the chance to provide more opportunities to the youth of our area.
Carbonell will take on this challenge on Wednesday July 3rd, 2019 beginning at 6am. He intends to complete the challenge before sundown at 8:49pm. In his first 2 training rounds JC has completed 18 holes in 1 hour 53 minutes and 1 hour 48 minutes. He is poised to not only complete the challenge but finish it prior to sundown with time remaining. JC has chosen the Oklahoma City Chapter of Folds of Honor Foundation as his second charity for this challenge. Folds of Honor will receive 25% of the proceeds raised by the event staff and will also be on hand to sell merchandise to support our military families. Major Ed Pulido, U.S. Army (Ret.) and Chapter President Monica Woodward are in full support of JC and his desire to give back to those who have paid a steep price in the defense of our freedoms.