It's the third annual Lorenzo Williams & Friends golf tournament.
Close to 20 former Mizzou football players gathered in Springfield to help Zo raise money for children's charities.
The goal was $50,000 dollars for the Hammels Foundation, The Ellis Fund, Care To Learn and others.
In addition to the golf, the Tiger players will hold two football camps Saturday for kids kindergarden through ninth grade.
Six different decades of Mizzou football were represented including Jeremy Maclin.
Maclin will start his fifth season with the Eagles this fall, and he brought his Missouri State teammate Clay Harbor as well.
"At the end of the day it's all about the kids," said Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin. "You try to give these kids an opportunity that I never had as a child to come out here and learn from people who played college ball, and people who played in the NFL. I had an opportunity to come out and help and old friend and an old teammate with the football camp. But I also enjoy playing golf too. So I figured I'd come out here and hit a few balls."
"It's great to come back and give back to the community," said Eagles tight end Clay Harbor. "I spent five years here and my brother before that. Without the local community of Springfield I wouldn't be where I'm at today. And this is a chance to give back."
"They don't have to do anything," said former Tiger Lorenzo Williams. "But I feel like everybody kind of feels the same way about it. It's kind of like a family reunion for us as well. So it's great to see old guys and new guys."