Celebrities from the entertainment, music, and sports worlds recently hit the links in Maine for one heck of a benefit tournament.

After a successful first year, Shamrock Sports & Entertainment once again hosted Drive Fore Kids, a celebrity golf tournament that benefits local charities. The tournament was held at the Falmouth Country Club, just a short drive from Portland.

The celebrity field that played in the 2nd year of the tournament was highly impressive. Patrick Dempsey, Roger Clemens, Doug Flutie, Marshall Faulk, and Rhonde Barber were just some of the big names that teed off for golf supremacy and to help promote the amazing cause.

The total prize purse for the celebrities was $265,000, with the winner bringing home $50,000. That's not a bad chunk of coin for a weekend of work. Plus, is golf really work? It would be former tennis star Mardy Fish who took home the honors of winning the tournament. The six-time ATP Tour winner is known for being one of the best celebrity golfers on the circuit.

Drive Fore Kids via Instagram
Drive Fore Kids via Instagram

But we all know what this tournament was truly about, and that's giving back. Kudos to all the players, sponsors, and folks behind the scenes for putting together such a beautiful event for the Barabra Bush Children's Hospital and the Dempsey Center.

According to Shamrock, Drive FORE Kids raised a total of $100,000 for both organizations. That is a stunning total that everyone should be extremely proud of.

What an incredible second year for Shamrock and all those who helped put on this tournament. Even the inclement weather couldn't slow down the golfers, fans, and countless volunteers (who are the true backbone of the event).

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