Kirby Smart will have plenty to discuss with current and former coaches at the annual Peach Bowl Challenge, and coming off a second straight national championship, the Georgia coach will even have some chatter for his playing partner. After all, Steve Spurrier loves to give offseason trash talk about Georgia.

Smart and Florida legend Steve Spurrier as Team 1 will headline the 16th annual charity golf tournament. A nine-team field of current and former college football coaches will compete for a share of the $300,000 charity purse May 2 at Reynolds Lake Oconee outside Atlanta. Overall, there are 6 current or former SEC head coaches in the field.

Pairings were determined by balancing handicaps between teams. The nation’s premier collegiate coach golf event will be played in Two Man Scramble format with Stableford scoring in an 18-hole tournament.

Proceeds from the event benefit charitable foundations selected by the coaches. The first-place duo will split $65,000 between the two winning coaches’ charities, while the remainder of the purse will be divided based on the finish of the other teams.

Since its creation in 2007, the event has contributed a total of $9 million in scholarship and charity, helping make the Peach Bowl college football’s most charitable bowl organization.