We are grateful to the celebrities who have joined us in past tournaments, and are looking forward to introducing the celebrities for our
2020 Celebrity Golf Tournament!
National Baseball Hall of Famer, Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros, San Francisco Giants, and Oakland Athletics. Eight consecutive All Star Games, two time National league MVP, two World Series, and retired ESPN commentator.
Team President for the Oakland Raiders. Has been with the organization for 25 years, previously serving as the Chief Financial Officer.
NFL linebacker and Superbowl Champion who played for the Los Angeles and Oakland Raiders.
NFL wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders. NFL receiving champion in 1971. Four time All-AFL/AFC, played in two AFL All-Star Games, Four AFC-NFC Pro Bowls, Eight AFL/AFC Title Games, and two Super Bowls. MVP in Super Bowl XI. Inducted into the Pro-Football Hall of Fame in 1988.
NFL quarterback and Superbowl Champion who played for the Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers (1989-1993), and the Kansas City Chiefs.
MLB pitcher for the San Francisco Giants. Pitching instructor with the Junior Giants Community Fund.
AFL offensive lineman for the Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns.
The Ghost…! 1973 Captain of the Notre Dame National Championship Team and Offensive MVP, NFL Lineman and tight end for the Oakland raiders and Houston Oilers. Four time All-Pro and All-AFC, five Pro Bowls, 1977 Super Bowl Champion. Inducted into the Pro-Football Hall of Fame in 2002.
NFL tight end for the Oakland Raiders and Indianapolis Colts. Four time Pro Bowl teams and started on the Oakland Raiders Super Bowl XV winning team. Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame 2016.
Actor, stuntman, and architect/interior designer.
AFL All-Star player from with the Oakland Raiders. All-time leading rusher in the AFL and selected to the All-Time All-AFL Team.
Bay Area Broadcast Journalist, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Faculty, and Consultant.
Outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, and the Houston Astros.
NBA point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, and Utah Jazz. Contributed to the Los Angeles Lakers winning three straight championships from 2000 to 2002. Most recently served as the Head Coach of the New York Knicks.
Television personality, actress, and author. Starred in VH1’s ‘Basketball Wives LA’ series, and movie ‘Meet the Blacks.’
NFL running back and fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Seattle Seahawks. He was on the receiving end of the famous ‘Immaculate Reception’ pass that gave the Steelers their first-ever playoff win. Four time All AFC choice, first or second team All-Pro six times. He was selected to nine Pro Bowls. Inducted into the Pro-Football Hall of Fame in 1990.
MLB left fielder for the Oakland Athletics. Also played for the Yankees, Padres, Mets, Red Sox, Dodgers, Angels, Mariners, and Blue Jays. Led the American League in steals 12 times and went on to be the all-time record holder with 1,406, earning him the nickname ‘Man of Steal.’
MLB pitcher for the Chicago White Sox and San Diego Padres.
NFL offensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers.
NFL wide receiver for the New York Giants.
Host of Comcast SportsNet’s signature sports talk show ‘Yahoo! Sports Talk Live.’ A veteran sports broadcaster for over 20 years, he has hosted ‘Raiders Postgame Live’ and was play-by-play announcer for MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes.
NFL tight end for the San Francisco 49er’s and Oakland Raiders. Superbowl XI Champion. College Football Hall of Fame 1989.
NBA center-forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kansas City Kings and San Antonio Spurs.
NFL quarterback and punter for the Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Rams, and Minnesota Vikings. Played 14 seasons and made several Super Bowl appearances.
NFL cornerback/safety for the Los Angeles Raiders, New York jets, and the San Francisco 49ers. Eight All-Pro selections, Ten Pro Bowls, and Four Super Bowls. Inducted into the Pro-Football hall of Fame in 2000.
Director of Player development at Stanford University football. Past Defensive Coordinator with the San Diego Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Washington Redskins.
MLLB first baseman for the San Francisco Giants.
NFL linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Isiah ‘Butch’ Robertson
NFL linebacker for Los Angeles Rams and Buffalo Bills. He was selected to six Pro Bowls during his years with the Rams. He was one of the NFL’s fastest linebackers.
NFL running back for six seasons for the San Francisco 49ers and the Chicago Bears.
NFL running back for Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers.
NFL defensive end for the Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers
NFL cornerback with the St. Louis cardinals and the Baltimore Colts. In 1977, was first free agent in NFL history to sign with another team when he went to the Colts from the Cardinals.
NFL linebacker for the Oakland Raiders