Adam, from Sandyhills, Glasgow, who coached Paul Lawrie when he won the 1999 Open Championship at Carnoustie, died last October after a brave two-year battle with leukaemia.
Scottish golf professionals Stephen McAllister and Alan Tait, Scottish PGA secretary Michael MacDougall, and ex-sports broadcaster Brian Donald, have organised the The Friends of the Beatson Pro-Am Golf Tournament in memory of Adam Hunter.
They hope to will be "a perfect tribute" for their friend.
The tournament, which aims to raise funds for the Beatson Oncology Centre, where Adam was treated, will be played at Gleneagles on Friday, October 5.
Stephen said: "Adam was not only a brilliant golfer, he was also a special person and a very good friend.
"We were determined to stage an event to celebrate his life and his achievements, as well as giving something back to the Beatson.
"With the blessing of his wife Caroline and the rest of the family, we have all worked together to create that event which we hope will provide a fitting tribute to Adam.
"There has been a terrific response from the Scottish golf community and we look forward to selling the remaining places to allow us to raise as much money for the Beatson as we can."
A place in the tournament costs £2200 for a team of three, and includes 18 holes with a top Scottish PGA professional, prize-giving dinner and overnight stay in the five-star Gleneagles Hotel.
To take part in the tournament, contact Brian Donald on 07770 686 366.
For more information about the Friends of the Beatson Centre visit, www.friendsofthe beatson.org or call 0141 301 7667.