Golfing For A Cause

By wbng sports

October 11, 2011 Updated Oct 11, 2011 at 11:47 PM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton)

The Binghamton Senators trade in their hockey sticks and skates for golf clubs and spikes, to help out the community.

Members of the B-Sens teed it up at Endwell Greens this afternoon for the Charity Golf Classic benefiting the Wendy's Walk for Kids.
Players and coaches say they have a blast at events like this, and are more than happy to do what they can to give back to the community that supports them during the season.

Corey Locke says, "We want to give back ya know. We have great fans that come out and support us on a nightly basis and ya know these are great events for charity and its for a great cause and ya know, just to be back and give back to the community is good fur us and a lot of the guys enjoy doing this."

Mike McKenna says, "Some places we play, we don't have the ability to do that so it's really encouraging to see there's a healthy community support and that as a player, we actually will have a really good opportunity to make a difference here and to get out and get involved in the community."

Coach Kurt Kleinendorst says many of the guys help out in the community and often times do it without getting recognized.
For instance, goalie Mike McKenna will spend time this season helping out at the Humane Society.

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