Bendigo Golf Club has accepted the challenge.
On November 7 the club will flood the course with all things yellow in support of Challenge, a charity that supports children and families living with cancer.
The club will host a #DoingItForJarrod day, named in honour of the late professional golfer Jarrod Lyle, who was one of the charity's ambassadors.
Lyle's connection to Challenge was also personal as he himself was a Challenge kid when he was diagnosed with cancer as a teenager.
Now, the Australian golf community is determined to ensure his legacy lives on forever.
Bendigo Golf Club captain Paul Greene said it was an honour to host a #DoingItForJarrod charity day at the club.
"The entire club is looking forward to raising some money and awareness on the impact cancer can have on children and their families," Greene said.
"The day we're holding supports a fantastic charity that is doing great things and we want to be a part of it."
Challenge supports families by helping provide teen camps, family outings, school holiday programs, art therapy, music therapy, massage therapy, date nights for parents, home help, toddler play group, concert and event tickets, music and education scholarship and holiday accommodation - all which are provided free of charge.
All money raised through the #DoingItForJarrod campaign will fund specific projects and services to continue Lyle's mission to support children and families.
One of the most iconic element of the campaign is Leuk the duck, which has become an emblematic symbol with the Australian golf community.
Greene said the #DoingItForJarrod day at the club wouldn't be possible without the support of sponsors.
"Sponsors are absolutely vital to hold days such as this and the moment Solar Energy Australia found out we were doing it, they were instantly on board," he said.
Solar Energy Australia's Julian Miles-Keogh and Steve Levy said they would support the event in anyway they could.
"For us personally we both grew up playing golf in regional Victorian areas and no matter what we would all get behind Jarrod," Miles-Keogh said.
"When I was a kid growing up I would follow his journey to see how he was going on the tour because Jarrod was also from the country and no matter what, regional Victorians would always get behind him."
Levy had a personal experience with Lyle as they both played on junior golfing squads when they were younger.
"I played a lot of junior squads when I was younger with Jarrod such as Country Week," Levy said.
"He battled through it all from when he was about 17 right through to when he passed away.
"Jarrod was an amazing bloke and to do what he's done for Challenge, raising so much money is incredible and now it's our job to keep his legacy going."
Challenge CEO David Rogers said the golf community were massive supporters of the organisation.
"The golfing community as a whole have really got behind us and as Jarrod was a country boy, plenty of regional clubs have been actively involved," Rogers said.
"Jarrod died two years ago and in memory of him and to keep his legacy alive we created the #DoingItForJarrod campaign with the goal to continue what he loved to do, support the charity.
"Even though throughout his career as a golfer he travelled the world and progressed to the upper-echelons of the PGA Tour, you simply couldn't take the country boy out of Jarrod."
Bendigo GC will be selling merchandise in the lead up to the event which is available to view in the pro shop, orders must be made by the October 26 deadline.
The #DoingItForJarrod event will be held alongside Bendigo's club championship on November 7 and members are to book through the pro shop.
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