The money will help fund programs run by the Friendship House, including a kids summer camp and the soup kitchen.
Golf Committee Chairman Jason Freeman said he expects to raise over a thousand dollars more than last year's event.
"We hope to get over $10,000. Last year we raised about $10,700, so this year we are shooting for $12,000," said Freeman.
More than 80 people participated in the tournament, each paying a $150 entry fee.