SEBASTIAN Terry has delivered a baby, walked across France and visited an inmate on death row - all as he tries to cross 100 feats off his bucket list.
The Sydney 31-year-old could yesterday be found at Longford Golf Club trying to cross off number 18: get a hole-in-one.
Now at 6535 attempts - he's kept count since 2009 - Mr Terry was unsuccessful.
"Being a non-golfer, it's a tricky one," he said.
"Everyone else is usually much more disappointed than I am, I just think it's good fun!"
In Launceston this weekend as a guest speaker for the 2013 Rotary District Conference, which started yesterday, Mr Terry said the Longford golf course stood out because it had "really good people".
The death of a close friend in 2009 caused Mr Terry to take time to reassess what he wanted to achieve in life.
He went on to create 100 Things, a campaign aimed at raising $100,000 for Camp Quality and motivating others to achieve their goals.
Mr Terry said it was important that people gave themselves time to figure out what they wanted to accomplish.
"The risk is you'll end up running a race you didn't want to enter into," he said.
Mr Terry is well on his way to completing his list of 100 things with just 39 goals left to reach - unfortunately, the hole in one is still among them.