La crosse's public schools are getting some help from the green.
More than 100 golfers competed in the 7th annual charlie miller bow tie classic at forest hills golf course.
Teams of four played to help raised money for the la crosse public education foundation.
Students from logan and central high schools were at each hole to ask quiz questions for the "knowledge bowl".
Correct answers took off one stroke from the team's total.
Organizers say the money goes to students in need... and helps teachers provide innovate learning experiences.
"they might have an opportunity like last year summit elementary students got to do an archeology dig on their school grounds."
Charlie miller is a late board member of the foundation who was known to wear bow ties.
Organizers expect this year's bow tie classic to bring in 34-thousand dollars for local schools.
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