Tracy Lawrence’s 3rd Annual Mission:Possible Celebrity Golf Tournament Raises $390K For Homeless Population In Middle Tennessee

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Having some fun and raising money for a great cause.

On Monday, Tracy Lawrence hosted his third annual Mission:Possible Celebrity Classic Golf Tournament, raising a whopping $390,000 that will be used to support the homeless population in Middle Tennessee and beyond.

It all went down at Old Hickory Country Club just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, where a number of celebrities joined Lawrence on the course and a enjoyed some friendly competition while raising money for a great cause.

This year’s tournament featured Jake Owen, a barefoot John Daly, HARDY, Randy Houser, Mitchell Tenpenny, ERNEST, Jamey Johnson, Dan Tyminski, and more picking up their clubs and hitting the links with Lawrence.

On top of that, the tournament also featured a Celebrity Shootout dedicated to Keith Gattis, the longtime singer/songwriter who recently passed away at the age of 52, along with an auction hosted by radio host Shawn Parr, which featured performances from Lawrence, HARDY, Dan Tyminski, Tyler Farr, Brett James, Cole Taylor, and Josh Mirenda.

Lawrence weighed in on this year’s turnout:

“Starting Mission:Possible almost 20 years ago, I knew what we wanted to accomplish, but I never expected our work would gain the significant support that it has. The golf tournament continues to make me so proud.

Seeing some of my closest friends come together for this cause is so special.  As always, thank you to our amazing sponsors and to everyone who continues to come out for this fun day of golf and fundraising!”

Since the tournament kicked off, Mission:Possible has successfully raised $2.5 million in an effort to raise their goals.

And in other news, Lawrence is gearing up to drop a live album, and it’s straight from the world’s largest honky tonk, Live at Billy Bob’s Texas, slated to drop this Friday, May 12th.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock