Two former Calhoun High baseball stars and current Major League players got a chance to give back to the program that helped them get their start on Saturday.
Charlie Culberson (Atlanta Braves) and Josh Smoker (New York Mets) hosted the Smoker Culberson Golf Classic at Fields Ferry with proceeds going to support the Calhoun High baseball program.
A total of 14 four-man teams competed in the tournament with the foursome of Eric Greeson, Corey Greeson, Austin Norrell and Travis Holmes coming out on top with a score of 54.
This was the second year the MLB duo has hosted the tournament.
For more photos from Saturday’s tournament, see Wednesday's Calhoun Times.