In its 11th year, over 100 players packed Endwell Greens this afternoon to come out and support local college students in memory of the late John Patrick Leet.

His father is proud to see his memory kept alive after all these years.

"It's a good feeling to be able to, you know, to remember his name, to reach back and to talk about it. You know, to talk about him and have him remembered here as well," said John Leet, Tournament Organizer.

The charity event raises money for the John Patrick Leet Memorial Fund and the Broome Community College Fund, helping students pay for education with scholarships.

The tournament has raised over $100,000 since its start.

"We're really happy to say that over the years we've been able to play, I would say probably over 40, over 40 kids through SUNY Broome," said Leet.

Including a pre-tournament lunch, raffles, and drink vouchers, the tournament has become very successful over the years seeing more and more people joining the captain and crew lineup.

Knowing that the work they do is impacting students and their lives, keeps the golfers coming back to support such a great cause.

Leet says, "Its really something that's rewarding for us and it's rewarded for all the people that have played in this over all the years."

The winner of the tournament will be announced at the end of the tournament.