Victor, N.Y. - If Saturday's sun didn't get you in the golfing mood, you could have gotten your fix at Eastview Mall.
Adults and kids got the chance to try out their swing and raise money for the Mental Health Association.
The non-profit organization, along with sponsor Excellus Bluecross Blueshield, held their annual Skyway Open.
Hundreds of "players" tried their best to navigate around giraffes and rotating obstacles.
The Churchville-Chili High School robotics team even pitched in with a contraption that helps kids get a hole-in-one, or, at worst, a hole-in-two.
"We're raising funds for a very great cause and we get to help out a lot of the kids and adults that come through," said Jordan Melita, one of the students on the robotics team. "It's a lot of fun being able to see them have fun, smile, and it just feels really good."
This was the golf tournament's 19th year. The event also included a raffle and silent auction.