3rd Annual Celebrity Golf ClassicTuesday, August 27, 2019
Our Celebrity Athletes Are in the Game to Fight Cancer, and WIN!
We invite you to join us for a day of golfing with a celebrity guest, fun and food!
The Annual Celebrity Golf Classic is one of The H Foundation’s signature events, where every foursome golfs with a celebrity guest! On September 23, 2019 come and experience Mistwood Golf Club
, Chicagoland’s premier course. An award-winning, challenging, and beautiful course that features 20 St. Andrews-style sod-wall bunkers. This is a day of fun and dedication… true to our mission, to work together to find a cure for cancer.
Register as a foursome/$1600
or sign-up as an individual golfer/400
Sponsorship Opportunities start at just $250!
Learn More: The H Foundation
Meet Our Starting Line-up!
Every foursome will play with a celebrity guest! We have many more celebrities golfing to find a cure, so check back to see who else will be here.
Otis Wilson Former Chicago Bear
This defense helped the Bears to win Super Bowl XX. That same year, he also made the only Pro Bowl selection of his career. He was a featured soloist of the "Shuffling Crew" in the video The Super Bowl Shuffle in 1985. Wilson played with the Bears until 1987. Otis is now focusing full-time on his nonprofit organization, The Otis Wilson Charitable Association, which provides an all-inclusive health and fitness program for at risk youth. Like each and every supporter of The H Foundation, CANCER IS PERSONAL to Otis. He has served on The H Foundation Honorary Board for 3 years.
Ron Kittle Former Chicago White Sox
Ron is a former left fielder and designated hitter in Major League Baseball. He was known for his home run hitting power, and was named the 1983 AL Rookie of the Year. Kittle played for the Chicago White Sox (1982–86, 1989, 1991), New York Yankees (1986–87), Cleveland Indians (1988) and Baltimore Orioles (1990).
Jeff Sanders Former Chicago Bulls
Jeff is a retired professional basketball player who was selected by the Chicago Bulls in the first round (20th pick overall) of the 1989 NBA draft. Sanders played for the Bulls, Charlotte Hornets and Atlanta Hawks in four NBA seasons. In his NBA career, he appeared in 55 games and scored a total of 112 points. He played collegiately at Georgia Southern University.
Craig Hodges Former Chicago Bulls
Craig Hodges is a retired professional basketball player. He played in the NBA for 10 seasons and led the league in 3-point shooting percentage three times. He won two NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls, and along with Larry Bird, is one of only two players to win three consecutive Three Point Contests at the National Basketball Association All-Star Weekend, winning the competition in 1990, 1991, and 1992.
Reid Simpson Former Chicago Blackhawk
Reid is a former professional ice hockey left winger who played twelve seasons in the NHL for the Philadelphia Flyers, Minnesota North Stars, New Jersey Devils, Chicago Blackhawks, Tampa Bay Lightning, St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins. Simpson was drafted 72nd overall by the Flyers in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft and went on to play in 301 regular season games, notching up 18 goals and 18 assists for 36 points, racking up 838 penalty minutes in the process.
Jim Morrissey Former Chicago Bear
Jim is a former professional football player who played linebacker for nine seasons for the Chicago Bears and one with the Green Bay Packers. He was a member of the Bears team that won Super Bowl XX following the 1985 NFL season. Morrissey had an interception down to the 5-yard line in the Super Bowl. He was also a member of the "Shuffling Crew" in the video The Super Bowl Shuffle. Morrissey was the last Bear to wear number 51 before it was retired in Dick Butkus' honor.
Eric Soderholm Former Chicago White Sox
Eric is a former Major League Baseball third baseman who played for the Minnesota Twins, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees from 1971 to 1980. Eric was selected with the 1st overall selection in the secondary phase of the 1968 Free Agent draft by the Twins. The White Sox signed him as a Free Agent in November 1976. Eric had a career year in 1977, hitting .280 and slugging 25 home runs. He stroked 16 of his 25 homers after the All-Star break to help keep the South Side Hitmen, as the Sox were fondly known that year, in the AL West pennant race into September.
Ike HillFormer Chicago Bear
Cancer affects everyone, and Ike is no exception. Ike is a cancer survivor and is playing in our 3rd Annual Celebrity Golf Classic to help find a cure.
Ike is a former football defensive back who played five seasons in the National Football League for the Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears and Miami Dolphins from 1970 to 1976. Ike played in a total of 49 career games.
Al HarrisFormer Chicago Bear
Al is a former professional football player who was a defensive end and linebacker in the NFL for twelve seasons during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. He played college football for Arizona State University, and earned All-American honors. He was a first-round pick in the 1979 NFL Draft, and played professionally for the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles.
Dave Porter Former Green Bay Packers
Dave is a former NFL offensive lineman who began his collegiate career at the University of Iowa and then proceeded to his professional career where he played for the Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts from 2003 to 2005.
Bill SchickFormer Kansas City Chiefs
Bill is a former NFL center who began his football career at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Bill was a two-year starter on the Offensive Line and Special Teams. The team participated in 3 bowl games during his career - Garden State Bowl, Independence Bowl and Hall of Fame Bowl. Bill’s professional career began with the Cleveland Browns in 1986 where he played center and later played with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Corey MaysFormer Kansas City Chiefs
Corey is a former NFL linebacker. He was signed by the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent in 2006. He played college football at Notre Dame. Mays has also played for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Tim TyrrellFormer Atlanta Falcons
Tim has been a member of The H Foundation Goombay Bash Host Committee for 4 years. His inspiration to find a cure for cancer is his good friend and 18th Annual Goombay Bash Honorary Co-Chair, Cheryl Rabine.
Tim is a former professional football running back who began his football career playing at Northern Illinois University. Tim played in the National Football League for six seasons for the Atlanta Falcons (1984–1986), the Los Angeles Rams (1986–1988), and the Pittsburgh Steelers (1989).
More Celebrities to come…
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