Organisers stated that 30 people all completed the 18-hole course at the seaside resort's Adventure Island. If Guinness World Records verify the claim, the effort will enter the record books, reports BBC News.
"With them having to bend down to retrieve the balls from the holes, it made for some interesting sights," said event co-ordinator Tracy Jones.
"It was certainly quite chilly down there this morning and there were quite a lot of goosebumps. But people very much got into the spirit of it, stripped off and got on with it."
The effort has raised £3,000 ($4,800) for The Prostate Cancer Charity.
Adventure Island managing director Marc Miller added to the Harlow Star: "People have travelled from all over the UK to take part, from as far afield as Durham, Devon and Birmingham, and we've heard some amazing stories from so many who have been directly, or indirectly, affected by cancer and wanted to give something back."
The charity's director of fundraising Mark Bishop was also grateful for the golfers' "naked ambition".
"We are truly in awe of the courageous characters who bared all in the name of prostate cancer and cannot thank them enough," he commented.
Among the participants were some nudists who had been part of the group that, in 2010, broke the record for the most naked people on a rollercoaster.
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