The Superstars hit the links on Friday as WWE and McDonald's hosted a golf tournament at Angus Glen in Markham, Ontario to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities.
RAW announcer Jonathan Coachman was part of the large contingent who took part, along with Booker T, Christian, Rosey, Big Show, The Hurricane, Carlito, Gene Snitsky, Chris Masters and Todd Grisham.
"Anytime we get a chance to help people out, especially kids, it's a lot of fun," Coach told WWE.com. "And it's really fun when we get to play golf as well. This was a beautiful course and good cause."
The Superstars played 18 holes in a five-man scramble format with WWE Champion John Cena leading his group to victory by posting a score of 11-under.
Cena's group included George Cohen, the founder of McDonald's Russia, McDonald's Canada and the Chairman of Ronald McDonald House Charities