TWO boys showed great drive when they completed three rounds of back-to-back golf for charity.
Alastair Broadhead, 14, and pal Jamie Bower, 12, took 11 hours to perform their feat.
But Alastair confessed: "It wasn't as tiring as I thought it would be."
It was an early 5.45am start when the pair staged their marathon at 18-hole Meltham Golf Club, where they are members.
They hope to raise £350 from their effort.
It was an idea they came up with themselves.
Alastair, of Goldcrest Court, Netherton, is giving his sponsorship cash to the Alzheimer's Society after his grandmother was diagnosed with the condition.
Jamie, of Moor Lane, Netherton, is giving his money to Cancer Research.
Their first two rounds were played non-competitively, with both helping each other along.
But they decided to make a game of it on the last round - where Alastair came out on top, shooting a 93 to Jamie's 95.
Both boys go to Honley High School.
Alastair's mum, Lorraine, said: "We're really proud and thrilled with them.
"They did everything, including making sponsor sheets with a computer."