PGA Professional Jimmy McMullen, from Triad, N.C., played more golf on Sunday and Monday of this week than most people will play all year.
In a 24-hour stretch that began at 5 p.m. on Sunday -- right on through the nighttime hours, using a glow-in-the-dark golf ball -- McMullen played a mind-blowing 400 holes... the equivalent of just over 22 18-hole rounds of golf.
It wasn't because McMullen was trying to set any kind fo a crazy record. It was all for a cause.
Each Labor Day in the golf world is also known as Patriot Golf Day, where facilities across the country raise money for the Folds of Honor.
Here's the Folds of Honor mission statement:
"Since 2007, the Folds of Honor has carried forth this singular, noble mission. To stand in the financial gap of the more than one million dependents adversely affected by war, providing educational scholarships to the children and spouses of those killed or disabled while serving our nation."
In that vein, McMullen played his 400 holes in 24 hours with supporters donating money per hole played, or per bogey made. McMullen's goal was to raise $5,000 for the Fold of Honor.
"We don't support the military enough," McMullen said. "We have a limited amount of people who are brave enough to do that."
Here's a video feature on McMullen's noble trek: