Organizers of the 32nd annual Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament (Aug. 31 to Sept. 2) released the following list of celebrities who have committed to playing in the charity event, including popular host of the Golf Channel's "Morning Drive," Holly Sonders.
Additional noteworthy celebrities who have committed to date include:
Ken Anderson - Quarterback/coach, Cincinnati Bengals/Pittsburgh Steelers
Josh & Zach Carter - Kingston, country music stars
Marc Collins - two-time Super Bowl champion, Seattle Seahawks/New York Giants
Bobby Cremins - Basketball coach, College of Charleston/Georgia Tech
Doug Flynn - two-time World Series champion, Cincinnati Reds
Robert Irvine – star of the Food Network's "Restaurant: Impossible", owner of Robert Irvine’s eat! & Robert Irvine’s nosh
Alan Kalter - “The voice” of "The Late Show with David Letterman"
Erik Kuselias - NBC "Sports Talk" host
Kimberly Locke – "American Idol" finalist, season 2
Beau MacMillan - Food Network star
Mark Malone - NFL Color Analyst, Pittsburgh Steelers
Tom Moore - Football Coach / Offensive Coordinator, Indianapolis Colts
Taniya Nayak – designer on "Restaurant: Impossible," HGTV star, owner of top design firm
Richard Schiff - Actor, "The West Wing"
Reggie Smith - former Major League Baseball outfielder, appearing in four World Series (Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Fransisco Giants)
Phil Varone - Actor/drummer, former member of Skid Row
Paul Williams - Composer/musician/songwriter/actor
Those interested in "swingin’ with the stars" or attending the tournament's evening celebrations, should call or register online to reserve playing spots and event tickets, as the event will likely sell out, according to organizers.
Special sponsor and guest packages, as well as youth-friendly activities, are also available.
Details: Call 843-842-7711, visit www.hhcelebritygolf.com or follow on Facebook: hhicelebritygolf.
The three-day tournament matches celebrities with amateur golfers to raise money for 20 children’s charities in the Lowcountry.
The tournament will be played at the Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course at Palmetto Dunes Resort (Aug. 31); the Colleton River Plantation (Sept. 1); and Harbour Town Golf Links at The Sea Pines Resort (Sept. 2).
The 2012 tournament’s beneficiaries include: All Saints Preschool, Bluffton Self Help, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry, Child Abuse Prevention Association, Children's Relief Fund, Christ Lutheran Preschool, Citizens Opposed to Domestic Abuse, Cross Preschool, Deep Well Children's Fund, Ella C. White Memorial Scholarship Fund, First Presbyterian Day School, Heroes on Horseback, Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, Hospice Care of the Lowcountry, Island Recreation Center, May River Montessori, Providence Children's Center, St. Luke’s Preschool, The Children's Center and Volunteers in Medicine Clinic.