Join Maui’s own 2x World Series Champion, Shane Victorino and his wife, Melissa, as we celebrate the 13th annual Shane Victorino Celebrity Dinner & Golf Classic November 20th-21st, 2020, with stars from the worlds of sports and entertainment.
It all begins at The Grand Wailea hotel with a fabulous Hawaiian feast and silent auction with some live evening entertainment. On Saturday, Nov. 21st you will enjoy a round of golf at the stunning Wailea Golf Club Gold Course, with 18 championship-caliber holes overlooking the beautiful Pacific ocean. Celebrity team captains will tee it up with corporate executives and community leaders for a shotgun start tournament. Food and beverages will be provided throughout the day and each golfer will receive a gift bag filled with fantastic items.
Past celebrity participants include Josh Beckett (Los Angeles Dodgers), Clay Buchholz (Boston Red Sox), Mike Carp (Boston Red Sox), Kevin Correia (Minnesota Twins), Jacoby Ellsbury (New York Yankees), Neil Everett (ESPN), Ben Francisco (San Diego Padres organization), Steve Garvey (Retired Dodgers Star), Ryan Howard (Philadelphia Phillies), Adam Jones (Baltimore Orioles), Kila Ka’aihue (Hiroshima Carp), Kanoa Leahey (KHON2), Brandon League (Los Angeles Dodgers), Andrew McCutchen (Pittsburgh Pirates), Albert Pujols (LA Angels of Anaheim), Rob Riggle (actor/comedian), Mark Rolfing (NBC Golf Analyst), Jimmy Rollins (Philadelphia Phillies), Cody Ross (Arizona Diamondbacks), Kelly Slater (Professional Surfer), Makua Rothman (Professional Surfer), Kai Lenny (Professional Surfer), Kanekoa Texeira (Atlanta Braves organization), Jason Vargas (Kansas City Royals), Kirby Yates (San Diego Padres), Kolton Wong (St. Louis Cardinals), Carissa Moore (Surfer), Ian Walsh (Surfer), Kai Lenny (Surfer), The Green (Musicians) and many more.
We are pleased to announce that proceeds from the event will go towards Project Hawaii establish a much needed chapter on Maui. They are an award winning volunteer run non-profit organization which supports the needs of homeless children in Hawaii with chapters on the Big Island and Oahu. All donations benefit local programs and initiatives targeting underserved youth in Hawaii. Their mission is to enhance the lives of homeless children as they escape their cycle of poverty and homelessness. Their goal is to provide interactive solutions to help them succeed along their journey