TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- The collegiate athletic season is winding down but for coaches and athletes, it never really stops. The same goes for booster clubs, and on Monday, the Tallahassee Seminole Club hit the links for their 9th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament.
So unlike the coaches and athletes, Monday was all fun and just a little bit of work. The Tournament benefited scholarships for local high school students as well as Seminole athletics. Quite a few alumni were in attendance, and they said it's always been easy to give back to their alma mater, but it makes things even better, when your alma mater is doing well.
"The success that we've had on the field with the National Championship it's gotten really big," said Kelly Lowrey, a Florida State quarterback from 1982-1983. "I'm glad to see the people that come out. The folks in Tallahassee really get behind the club."
"It's always great to see all the former players and coaches and remember the old days," said Booster Club President Brian McMath. "We always look forward to what's going to happen next year."
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