Brayden McNabb loves golf and admits it can be addicting. McNabb and many of his fellow Vegas Golden Knights teed it up at Wynn Las Vegas on Thursday, Sept. 7, to raise money for the Golden Knights Foundation. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit Las Vegas-based organizations through the Vegas Golden Knights Foundation. Here’s some of his golf story.
“Golf brings out the competitiveness,” McNabb said. “I think for anyone when you get competitive, it brings the fun out and it’s very addicting. You want hit your best shot every shot, but it’s very hard to do that. It is a game that you’re always just trying to get better. A day like today is a lot of fun and a great way to (raise money for charity). A lot of people enjoy golf and it gets people donating and. At the end of the day, it’s for a good cause. It’s a great sport to involve charity with.”
McNabb is part of the Misfits, the group of players who have been with the Golden Knights since day 1.
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