Celebrities including Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds), Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Patrick Warburton (Rules of Engagement), Joe Pesci (Goodfellas), Nick Searcy (Justified), Dennis Haysbert (The Unit), Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Reunion), Jason Gedrick (Luck), JK Simmons (The Closer), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules/Andromeda), Ryan Mathews (NFL-Chargers), Kenny Johnson (The Sheild), Mike Vogel (The Help), Kahlil Bell (NFL-Bears), and many others have been confirmed for the 9th Annual Hack n’ Smack, Kerry Daveline Memorial, Celebrity Golf Classic at El Caballero Country Club on Monday, April 30.
The event kicks off at 11:00am with a shotgun start.
Created by founder/co-host Kevin E. West and Presented by The Actors’ Network, the annual tournament benefits the U.C.I. Dept. of Dermatology to uphold the memory and spirit of friend and actor, Kerry Daveline. Since 2004, the tournament has garnered top support and was named one of the Top Ten Celebrity Golf Tournaments in Southern California by Southland Golf Magazine.
The event includes breakfast, lunch from the world famous Pink’s Hot Dogs, with on course vendors: Asombroso Tequila, PlayMyBall.com, Anheuser-Busch, Pama/Hpnotiq Awards Dinner bartenders plus live entertainment by The Beach Toys with tournament co-host, Michael Moynahan and a special performance by David Paich (Toto Band).
Also scheduled to appear are Jeremy Sumpter – Friday Night Lights, Gregory Itzin – 24/Mentalist, Devon Gummersall – The L Word, Annie Wersching – 24, Carlos Palomino – Former WBC Welterweight Champ, Jeremy Ratchfor – Cold Case, Paula Trickey – The O.C., David Naughton – Makin It, Eric Martsolf – Day of our Lives, Bill Smitrovich – The Practice, Kevin Weisman – Alias, Stephen Full – I’m In The Band, Laurie Rinker – LPGA Tour Winner, Chuck Muncie – NFL Chargers, Matthew Borlenghi – Jeff Foxworthy Show, and Travis Aaron Wade – Alcatraz.
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Every hour of every day, someone dies of melanoma in the U.S. Melanoma strikes people of all ages, races, and economic levels. One in 75 Americans will develop melanoma during their lifetime. It is the fastest rising cancer in the U.S. and the most deadly. It is also the most highly preventable, and treatable, if caught early. Currently, melanoma research receives less than 10% of the funding given to basic research of other cancers “which is why we created this event and why we give 100% of the proceeds to the cause,” said Kevin E. West, Founder/Co-Host.