PEARL, Miss. (WJTV) – The Good Men Golf Association held its second annual charity golf classic at Patrick Farms Golf Course. Proceeds and donations benefited Mississippi Family for Kids and the Grove Park Junior Golf Association.
“We have filled the golf course, so we have a realistic capacity in terms of the number of teams allowed to play in the tournament. So we’re glad the response was well received, and we look forward to having it again,” explained Quiency Bradley, president of the Good Men Golf Association.
The vision of the Grove Park Junior Golf Association is to educate young people and develop them with core values such as honesty, integrity, trust and respect through the game of golf.
“We had 108 golfers, each of those golfers had the opportunity to play all 18 holes here at Patrick Farms Golf Course, so the 18 holes were played by 27 teams,” said Rodney Harris, vice president of the Good Men Golf Association.
The Good Men Golf Association plays twice a month throughout the city and state. Next year’s official tournament will take place at Patrick Farms Golf Course on June 9, 2023.
To donate or make contributions to the Good Men Golf Association, visit www.goodmengolf.org.