Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes spent the weekend in Hawaii tweeting about his charity golf tournament in the most heartwarming ways.
When you’re a super successful NFL quarterback, you can spend your offseason in many different ways.
The fact that Patrick Mahomes put together a weekend of golf in Hawaii with the boys shouldn’t be a surprise.
The best thing about it? Mahomes is living his best life while also raising money for a great cause.
The Chiefs quarterback spent the weekend tweeting about the first 15 and the Mahomies Aloha Golf Classic, featuring Kansas City teammates Travis Kelce and Kyle Long as well as comedian Rob Riggle.
Patrick Mahomes cleansed the timeline with fun golf tweets
The event is to benefit Mahomes’ 15 and the Mahomies foundation, which focuses on bettering the lives of children primarily in Kansas City, Missouri and Lubbock and Tyler, Texas.
“The charity is so special to me because it gives back to communities that have given so much to me,” Mahomes said, per Bleacher Report. “It’s going to make the world a better place. As many ways as I can do that, I am going to continue to do as long as my career allows me to.”
The event gave Mahomes time to compete and time to chill.
Mahomes’ brother, Jackson, shared a fun photo of the siblings.
There were also plenty of videos of Mahomes showing off his golf skills.
A practice round delivered more cool pictures and videos.
What followed was a discussion of Mahomes’ club choice.
The camaraderie between Kelce and Mahomes was on full display.
Mahomes is basically living the dream.
At just 25 years old, Mahomes has already achieved more than most football players will ever dream of in their careers. He’s won a Super Bowl with the Chiefs and been named the league MVP. The only question that follows him now is high he can build his legacy.
Whatever happens on the field, he’s sure to give back off it as well.