REDDING, Calif - More than 100 people took to the golf course on Friday to raise money for the Haven Humane Society.
The organization held its second "Putt 4 Paws" charity tournament in Redding where all the proceeds go back to helping the dozens of animals in their care.
Many golfers out on the course were competitive, while others enjoyed the beautiful day and great cause.
“It’s for a great cause I love Haven Humane. Getting to save the animals, we actually have six ourselves. We love to save animals and if we can raise money to help save more animals we will,” said competitor Daniel Scott.
Organizers say due to the second year of success, they plan on making this tournament an annual tradition.
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