Team up with Maui’s own MLB All-Star center fielder Shane Victorino and his wife, Melissa, and other stars from the worlds of sports and entertainment for the Passman Shane Victorino Foundation Celebrity Dinner & Golf Classic, presented by Tommy Bahama, on December 5-6, 2012 in Maui, Hawaii.
Our 5th annual event kicks off as celebrity team captains tee it up on the fabulous Wailea Golf Club Emerald Course, with corporate executives and community leaders, for a shotgun scramble format tournament. Lunch and beverages will be provided throughout the day and each golfer will receive a gift bag filled with fabulous items. That evening, participants will head to the Four Seasons Resort Maui for an evening cocktail reception, silent and live auctions filled with exotic getaways, sports memorabilia and other one-of-a-kind items during an island-style dinner, followed by an awards ceremony. Returning as the evening’s emcee is ESPN SportsCenter Anchor Neil Everett.
This tournament has become one of the premier golf tournaments in Hawaii. Scheduled to join Shane on the course this year are: Dayton Alexander (Oakland A’s organization), Josh Beckett (Los Angeles Dodgers), Quintin Berry (Detroit Tigers), Clay Bucholtz (Boston Red Sox), Kevin Correia (Pittsburgh Pirates), Neil Everett (ESPN), Stephen Fife (Los Angeles Dodgers organization), Ben Francisco (Tampa Bay Rays), Steve Garvey (retired Dodgers star), Adam Jones (Baltimore Orioles), Kila Ka’aihue (Oakland A’s organization), Kanoa Leahey (KHON2), Brandon League (Los Angeles Dodgers), Rob Machado (professional surfer), Pete Mackanin (New York Yankees Scout), Shayna Miyajima (professional golfer), Laynce Nix (Philadelphia Phillies), Pat O’Connell (Surfing Hall of Fame), Rob Riggle (actor/comedian), Mark Rolfing (NBC Golf Analyst), Jimmy Rollins (Philadelphia Phillies), Kelly Slater (professional surfer), Tim Stauffer (San Diego Padres), Kanekoa Texeira (Cincinnati Reds organization), Jason Vargas (Seattle Mariners), Ross Williams (professional surfer), and Chef Alan Wong.
Proceeds from the event will benefit local youth programs including After-School All-Stars Hawaii (provides free, comprehensive after school programs for middle school students), A Keiki’s Dream (grants dreams of children in crisis), Adult Friends for Youth (promotes educational achievement and aims to reduce poverty and destructive behavior among high risk youth), and the Shane Victorino Youth Baseball Clinic (to provide opportunities for Maui youth to learn baseball fundamentals from Shane Victorino, MLB players and Maui high school coaches)!
UPDATE: THE EVENT HAS SOLD OUT!
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