The third annual Polfus Wiffle Ball Field Tournament started as a few friends playing ball in their yard.
It has become an eight team tournament with teams from Escanaba, Kingsford, Gladstone and more.
16 year old Seth Polfus and family built a full wiffle ball field in their yard.
The field is complete with bases, fences, and even a pool in left field.
He then invited friends to come over and start a wiffle ball tournament.
"It's awesome to have all my friends over, I know all these kids from baseball from basketball and I mean you've got people in the pool cheering on all the teams and its a fun time all day long." said Polfus.
The first and second place teams of four receive T-shirts as well as the home run champion title.
The tournament costs $4 per player and the home rund derby is $1.
Seth says he hopes to expand to ten teams next year.