Golfing for a cause: Bob Lilly/Randy White Classic
Several former athletes teamed up at the 32nd annual Bob Lilly and Randy White Celebrity Golf Classic in Temple Monday.
This event is considered the largest annual fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House of Temple.
"I've been doing it for 27 years," said former Minnesota Vikings fullback Alfred Anderson. "The first time I experienced it, I couldn't do anything but come back."
"These are some of the tournaments we play in to ease some of the burden off them," said Major Jones, who played eight seasons in the NBA. "I think that Randy Whtie and Bob Lilly putting their name on it really lends credibility to this to help raise funds for the Ronald McDonald house."
In a game of scramble, the winning team posted a score of 23-under par.