'The Cut' held Friday after The Players

Published On: May 09 2014 10:20:36 PM EDT
Updated On: May 10 2014 12:17:56 AM EDT

VIDEO: Both the city's golf and football traditions came together tonight at a party that was more than fun.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

As the golf games ended Friday night, crowds hit "The Lot" for the fourth annual "The Cut" party benefiting the Bosselli Foundation.

"All the money goes to after school programs. Work with kids in after school programs, work with kids in some tough neighborhoods, but they’re great kids. Looking for opportunity to better themselves in those two areas,” said event organizer Tony Bosselli.

The outdoor event started in 2011 as a charity event that kicks off immediately after Friday’s round of The Players.

“This is just a great thing to be part of. The Tony Bosselli foundation has been here a number of years. Soccer has great ties with youth in the area, so it’s just a natural thing for us to ally with Tony and come tonight,” said Jacksonville Armada Football Club President Steve Livingstone.

All of the proceeds from Friday’s event will stay in the Jacksonville community and be used to help at-risk youth.

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