The 7th Annual Joe Carter Classic Golf Tournament
June 22-23, 2016
Presenting sponsors

3rd Annual Joe Carter Classic Celebrity Skins Game


Date

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Location

Eagles Nest Golf Club
10,000 Dufferin Street
Maple, Ontario

ITINERARY

6:30 a.m. – Registration/Breakfast
8:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start
(Modified Scramble format)

VIP Reception

Blue Jays Game
4:00 p.m. – Toronto Blue Jays vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Summit Suite – Rogers Centre

7th Annual Joe Carter Classic Golf Tournament


Date & time

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Location

Eagles Nest GolfClub
10,000 Dufferin Street
Maple, Ontario

Itinerary

7:30 a.m – Registration/Breakfast
9:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start
(Scramble format)
4:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour & Silent Auction
(Eagles Nest Patio)
5:00 p.m. – Award Celebration Dinner (Great Hall Ballroom)

After-Party

Shangri-La Hotel
188 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
8:00 p.m.

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About

Joe Carter Classic Tournament
Top celebrity golf event in North America

The annual Joe Carter Classic charity golf tournament pairs avid golfers with top name celebrities from the worlds of sport and entertainment. Proceeds from the event go towards supporting the education and development of Canadian youth through the Joe Carter Scholarship Fund and the Joe Carter Family Support Fund.

Since 2010, the Joe Carter Classic has raised and pledged $1,500,000 to benefit the Children’s Aid Foundation and other children's causes.

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Confirmed Celebrities

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Damon Allen

Toronto Argonaut HOF’er
Second all-time in professional football passing yards. Three-time Grey Cup MVP and 2005 CFL Most Outstanding Player.
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Anthony Anderson

Actor
Actor and star of ABC sitcom Black-ish. Also known for Law & Order, Me, Myself & Irene, Transformers, and Iron Chef America.
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Rod Black

Broadcaster/Host
Well-known sports announcer for TSN and CTV Sports. 6 Gemini Award nominations for Best Sports Broadcaster.
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Joe Carter

Our Host
Host of the top celebrity charity event in the country. Also hit a pretty famous home run in 1993.
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David Chilton

Author/Dragon
Famous Canadian author, investor, and television personality. You may have seen The Wealthy Barber on Dragon’s Den.
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Chris Doleman

Minnesota Vikings HOF’er
Minnesota Vikings defensive end. Eight-time Pro Bowl selection and member of the NFL Hall of Fame.
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Josh Donaldson

Blue Jays Superstar
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman. Winner of 2015 American League Silver Slugger and MVP Awards. Leading vote-getter in 2015 All-Star Game.
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James Duthie

Broadcaster
TSN host and three-time Gemini recipient for Best Sportscaster in Canada.
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Cedric The Entertainer

Actor
Actor, comedian, director, and game show host. Star of Barbershop.
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Julius “Dr. J” Erving

76’ers HOF’er
1981 NBA MVP. 1983 NBA Champion. Elected to the Basketball HOF in 1993.
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Grant Fuhr

Edmonton Oilers HOF Goaltender
Backstopped the Edmonton Oilers to four Stanley Cup championships. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003.
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Cito Gaston

Legendary Blue Jays Manager
Major League player from 1967-78. Managed the Blue Jays to World Series championships in 1992 and 1993.
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Doug Gilmour

Leafs Superstar
One of the most popular Leafs players of all-time. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011.
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Robbie Gould

Chicago Bears Kicker
Holds numerous team records as a kicker for the Chicago Bears. One of the most accurate kickers in NFL history.
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Kelly Gruber

Blue Jays World Series Champion
Blue Jays star third baseman. Gold Glove and Silver Slugger winner. World Series champion in 1992.
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Jay Harris

Broadcaster
Host of ESPN SportsCenter. Part of two Emmy Award-winning SportsCenter shows.
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Gerald Henderson

Portland Trailblazers
13-year NBA career included three championships (1981, 1984, 1990).
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Paul Henderson

1972 Team Canada Legend
13-year NHL veteran. 1972 Summit Series hero. Named a Member of the Order of Canada in 2012.
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Peter Holland

Maple Leafs Star
Young Leafs star. Drafted 15th overall by Anaheim in 2009 NHL Entry Draft. Traded to Toronto in 2013.
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Mike Krushelnyski

Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Champion
Member of three Stanley Cup winning teams with the 1980’s Edmonton Oilers. Wayne Gretzky was a linemate.
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Barry Larkin

Cincinnati Reds HOF Legend
1990 World Series champion with the Cincinati Reds. Multiple Glove Glove and Silver Slugger winner.
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Cliff Levingston

Two-Time NBA Champion
Ninth overall pick in the 1982 NBA Draft. Won two NBA championships with the 1990’s Chicago Bulls.
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Kenny Lofton

Stolen Base King
622 career stolen bases. Six-time All-Star and four-time Gold Glove winner. Played 95 post-season games.
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George Lopez

Actor
Comedian, actor, and talk show host. Best known for his self-produced ABC sitcom, George Lopez.
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Derek Lowe

MLB Pitching Great – No-Hitter
2004 World Series Champion with the Red Sox. Pitched a no-hitter on April 27, 2002.
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Hazel Mae

Broadcaster
Sportscaster for Rogers Sportsnet. Grew up in Toronto and hosted a sports update show while at York University.
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Dan Marino

Legendary Dolphins Quarterback
One of the greatest quarterbacks in football history. Named to Pro Football HOF in 2005. Appeared as himself in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
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Jim McMahon

Super Bowl Champion
Super Bowl champion with the 1986 Bears and 1997 Packers. 1982 NFC Rookie-of-the-Year.
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Marty McSorley

Stanley Cup Champion
Won two Stanley Cups as Wayne Gretzky’s bodyguard with the Edmonton Oilers. Several acting appearances including Con Air.
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Mike Phillips

Jazz Musician
Famous saxophonist. Has performed with Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men, and Prince.
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Tim Raines

Expos Superstar
Seven-time All-Star with the Montreal Expos. Three-time World Series champion. One of the top base-stealers of all-time.
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Mark Rypien

Super Bowl MVP
A native Calgarian, he is the first Canadian-born quarterback to win the Super Bowl MVP Award (1991). Also won the Super Bowl in 1989.
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Bret Saberhagen

1985 World Series Champion
1985 World Series champion with the Royals. Two-time AL Cy Young Award winner. Pitched a no-hitter on August 26, 1991.
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Seema Sadekar

Golfer and Fashionista
Professional golfer who appeared in three U.S. Junior Championships and the 2004 LPGA Canadian Open. Owns a golf marketing and apparel company.
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Drew Scott

Property Brother
Co-host (with identical twin brother Jonathan) on the HGTV series Property Brothers. Born in Vancouver and attended University of Calgary.
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Sterling Sharpe

Green Bay Packers Legend
NFL superstar with the Green Bay Packers. Five-time Pro Bowler. Led NFL in receptions on three different occasions.
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Neil Smith

2X Super Bowl Champion
Top defensive lineman of his era, playing in six Pro Bowls. Won two Super Bowl championships and named a member of the 1990’s NFL All-Decade Team.
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Ozzie Smith

St. Louis Cardinal HOF’er.
MLB Hall of Fame member. Nicknamed “The Wizard” for his defensive brilliance
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Kevin Sorbo

Actor
Actor who is best known for his roles in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Andromeda, and Kull the Conqueror.
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Dave Stewart

World Series MVP
Post-season hero, winning three World Series championships (1981, 1989, 1993). Names 1989 World Series MVP.
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Alan Thicke

Entertainer
Actor, songwriter, and game and talk show host. Best known for his role as Jason Seaver on Growing Pains and for his family reality show, Unusually Thicke.
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Chris Tucker

Actor
Actor and stand-up comedian best known for the Rush Hour film series. Frequent performer on Def Comedy Jam in the 1990’s.
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Devon White

Toronto Blue Jays Legend
Winner of seven Gold Gloves between 1988-1995. Won two World Series with the Blue Jays and a third with Florida in 1997.
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Gregg Zaun

Broadcaster/Manalyst
Baseball analyst and retired professional MLB catcher. 1997 World Series champion with the Florida Marlins.

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After-Party

with a special performance by Shaggy