The Brad Johnson Charity Golf Classic teams up area golf enthusiasts with some big name football celebrities.
Sunday night, Johnson kicked off the tournament with a little pre-game party. They also held an auction to help raise money for the local Ronald McDonald House.
"One hundred percent of the money goes straight to the, directly to the Ronald McDonald House. So anytime you raise $1 you're helping somebody, but in this case we're generating a lot of money that goes right to the house and it's been great for the last three years," explains Brad Johnson, former FSU quarterback and current Minnesota Vikings quarterback.
Organizers say they expect to raise about $80,000 through this golf tourney.
Monday morning at 9 a.m., 27 NFL and former Seminole football stars will tee off with area golfers at the Golden Eagle Golf Club.