Local golfers are tee-ing off for kids at Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center's 16th annual golf tournament.
Nearly 350 golfers teamed up today to raise over $100,000.00 for abused children in the Wiregrass.
Aside from the tournament, there was also the 5th annual golf ball drop.
Players are assigned a number which is written on a golf ball.
Whosoever ball lands closest to the bulls eye, is the winner.
Sponsors say it's a great event.
"If we're not supporting the children of the Wiregrass and helping be their advocate than nobody else is. And so this fundraiser helps provide that crucial benefit for the children,” said Susan Wilkins, CenturyLink’s Account Manager.
There was so much interest in this year’s tournament that organizers had to turn several teams away.
They say, there just wasn't enough room.