Ramon Sessions hits the links to help Myrtle Beach High

Ramon Sessions played at Heron Point Golf Club on Saturday.

Charlotte Bobcats point guard Ramon Sessions has been busy this summer. On Saturday, he held a charity golf tournament at Heron Point Golf Club to raise funds for Myrtle Beach High athletics.

More than 80 golfers played in the second annual Ramon Sessions Charity Golf Classic. Sessions signed autographs and auctioned off NBA memorabilia. He was a two-time WPDE Mister Hoop Zone winner at Myrtle Beach High.

Sessions became a free agent following the 2011-12 season. He left the Los Angeles Lakers and signed a two year deal with the Bobcats last week.

Ramon Sessions talks with WPDE Sports Director Rich Chrampanis about leaving the Lakers for the Bobcats: