The 24th Annual Home Oil Charity Golf Classic will kickoff in time for Mother's Day weekend on May 11.
The classic will feature 54 teams, 34 of which are already confirmed.
Walter Hill, CEO of the Wiregrass United Way said there will be a lot of different attractions within the main event to help create a fun atmosphere for the competitors and the fans.
The list of activities includes longest drive, closest to the pin, and a putting contest.
This will be the ninth straight year the tournament will benefit the Wiregrass United Way.
Hill said after expenses, the classic should raise over $30,000, which will be distributed between 37 different organizations throughout southeast Alabama.