LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas has created a new way to raise awareness and funds for a neurological disorder that is affecting individuals all over the world.

Sponsored by Dos Equis, the organization held a Putt Putt Pub Crawl in the Rivermarket. It would cost a team of four $100 to be a part of the event, and that included an event t-shirt, drink koozy, drink specials and nine holes of putt-putt golf.

"All the money raised is going to go and help to serve people with disabilities. Over 65 percent of the people we help have a disability other than cerebral palsy," said Kristin Stuart with UCP of Arkansas.

Several of the restaurants and bars along the Rivermarket participated including Gusano's, Willy D's, Dugan's Pub, Flying Saucer, Damgoode Pies, Gus Fried Chicken, Rumba Revolution, Sticky Fingerz, and Big Whiskey's.

Stuart told THV11 that the organization had 78 teams involved with the crawl. All of the proceeds from the Putt Putt Pub Crawl will benefit the UCP of Arkansas.