Blythewood, SC (WLTX) --- The USC football team has been a supporter of Chidren's Chance for years. The South Carolina organization helps families who children are dealing with pediatric cancer.
On Monday, the Children's Chance Benefit Golf Tournament at Columbia Country Club brought out the likes of Steve Spurrier, Connor Shaw and Tommy "Two Gloves" Gainey.
Shaw is getting ready for the NFL Draft so he was not competing, but he was on hand to lend his support. Spurrier and Gainey did hit the course, marking the first time "Two Gloves" had a chance to play a round with the HBC.
Gainey had his first top 10 finish of the season in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. But his balky elbow gave him some trouble in Charlotte and he missed the cut. Gainey says it will be about three weeks before he competes again. But on this day, Gainey's day of golf centered around helping a worthwhile cause and talking football with the all-time winningest football coach at USC.