Farmer School Golf Classic raises money for Habitat for Humanity

More than $150k raised in event's history

Sunday's participants
Sunday's participants Photo: Jay Murdock

More than $150k raised in event's history

It was a good day to hit the links and raise money for a good cause at the Farmer School Golf Classic on Sunday.

The 12th annual student-managed event at the Hueston Woods Golf Course brought in more than $10,000 to help Habitat for Humanity build homes for families in need, bringing the total to more than $150,000 raised since the event began.

The outing is an opportunity for current students and Farmer School alumni to connect and form new relationships. Funds are raised through a combination of donations, matching funds, ticket sales, and raffles on the day of the event.

Check out photos from the event on our Facebook page.

Golfer hitting a ball

Golfer swinging at ball