SIOUX CITY (KTIV) — The Leeds community got together at the Floyd Park Golf course Sunday for their annual Leeds Day Golf Tournament.
Organizers say the tournament is usually held in June before Leeds Day but had to be pushed back due to COVID.
The money raised from the tournament goes toward the Leeds Community Club.
Jeremy Houser, an organizer of the tournament says the community always looks forward to the tournament every year.
“I’m happy. I mean it’s an excuse to get out an golf and be outside and be with people. Social distancing of course. But it’s a good way to get out of the house. I mean it’s always a good time and it’s for a good cause,” said Jeremy Houser, an Organizer of the tournament.
Houser adds it’s nice to be able to give back to the community club that helps out the Leeds area.