Fred Claire Celebrity Golf Classic
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Attn: Fred Claire Celebrity Golf Classic
1500 E. Duarte Rd.
Duarte, CA 91010
2017 Event Details
Oakmont Country Club
3100 Country Club Drive
Glendale, CA 91208 (map)
- 8:30 a.m. - Check In Opens
- 11 a.m. - Shotgun Start
- 4:30 p.m. - Cocktail Reception
- 4:30 p.m. - Check-in Opens for Dinner Guests
- 5 p.m. -Dinner & Awards
PLATINUM SPONSORSHIP $16,000 - SOLD OUT
12 Golfers, logo placement on welcome banner,
premier promotional signage at registration, during
evening program and throughout golf course
GOLD SPONSORSHIP $12,000 - SOLD OUT
8 golfers, promotional signage at registration,
during event program and on golf course
SILVER SPONSORSHIP $6,000 - SOLD OUT
4 Golfers, promotional signage at registration,
during evening program and on the course
Foursome - $5,000 - SOLD OUT
Individual Golfer - $1,250 - SOLD OUT
This list represents both celebrity golfers and supporters who will join us for the event
Jim Campanis, Jr.
Al "The Bull" Ferrara
About Fred Claire
Fred Claire had a route in every city. At home or on the road, he had to get his six miles in every day. As the Dodgers’ general manager from 1987 to 1998, Claire was the rare AARP-eligible jogger crossing the Roebling Bridge into Kentucky from Cincinnati, or tracing the bank of the Allegheny River outside Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Stadium, running wherever the baseball schedule took him.
Now 81, Claire remembers being diligent about wearing sunscreen.
“But not the gloss on my lip,” he said.
By January 2015, what looked like a harmless spot on Claire’s lip turned out to be squamous cell carcinoma, a cancerous manifestation of hundreds of days spent in the sun. He underwent a minor operation to have the cells removed, [but] the cancer returned in August, this time worse than before.
Article by JP Hoornstra, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
About the Oakmont Country Club
The story of Oakmont Country Club is in many cases a metaphor for the game of golf itself. It is a tale of high ideals and expectations, interrupted by frustrations and even disasters, followed by ultimate triumph. Most of all, it is a story of the grit and determination of generations of men and women who made Oakmont thrive from the Roaring Twenties to the dawn of a new Millennium.