NFL Foundation Golf Tournament
NFL Legends, Super Bowl MVPs and Pro Football Hall of Famers will lead the field of golfers for the 30th Annual NFL Foundation Golf Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 6 at Half Moon Bay Golf Links in Half Moon Bay, Calif. The tournament is partnering with the NFL Legends Community to celebrate Super Bowl 50 and to host an 18-hole tournament on the internationally-renowned courses.
Teams of amateur golfers will be captained by NFL Legends in 18-hole team scramble events to be played on both the Old and Ocean courses at Half Moon Bay.
The celebrity captains entered thus far are JB BROWN, GARRY COBB, PARNELL DICKINSON, DONNIE EDWARDS, RODNEY HAMPTON, THOMAS HENDERSON, DEXTER JACKSON, ED JONES, KENT KRAMER, KWAMIE LASSITER, CURTIS MCGRIFF, NAT MOORE, TOM NOWATZKE, JONATHAN OGDEN, JOHN RANDLE, WILL SHIELDS, MACK STRONG, JIM TAYLOR, SCOTT TURNER and PAUL WARFIELD. Additionally, NFL Legends’ Community Directors and Coordinators that serve as ambassadors across the country will also be in attendance and facilitating the tournament.
Hospitality golf packages are open to the general public, with a tournament entry donation of $10,000 per team (teams of three paired with a NFL Legend) benefiting the NFL Foundation and NFL Player Care Foundation.
Breakfast will precede an 8:10 a.m. shotgun tee off. Food and beverages will be served on the courses and a reception will immediately follow golf. All golfers will have the chance to compete for elite-level prizing opportunities through final team standings and individual special skills competitions, including closest to the pin, longest drive, and hole in one. Winners will receive exclusive prizes including hole-in-one chances for a new Hyundai, NFL game tickets, autographed merchandise, sponsored product, Half Moon Bay golf packages and gift certificates.
To register for the Super Bowl 50 Gold Tournament or for more information, contact Caroline Keyes of the NFL at
About the NFL Foundation: The NFL Foundation is the league’s nonprofit organization representing the 32 NFL clubs. Its mission is to support the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football and the communities which support our game.