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Celebrity Golf Classic

July 28th
at Quail Hollow Country Club

Proceeds benefit Cleveland Indians Charities

The Celebrity Golf Classic continues to be a top fundraiser for Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC). The 2016 Celebrity Golf Classic will take place Thursday, July 28 at Quail Hollow Country Club. Golfers have the opportunity to spend the day with Indians players, coaches, alumni and broadcasters.

Breakfast & Registration begins at 7am
Shotgun Start is 9:00am
Golf alongside celebrities, including past and present Indians players and coaches

Single Golf Package - $600
Home Run Package - $3,000 (includes five golfers)
Grand Slam Package - $4,000 (includes five golfers plus signage on a tee or green)

For more information or to register, please contact 216-420-HITS


Celebrity Golf Classic
All GOLF PACKAGES include:
  • Celebrity golfer
  • Green fees and cart
  • Breakfast, lunch and post-golf cocktail dinner party
  • Golfer gift
Grand Slam Package - $4,000
Includes five (5) golfers and
  • Signage on one (1) tee and one (1) green
  • Recognition in the program and during awards ceremony
Home Run Package - $3,000

Includes five (5) golfers

Single Package - $600

Includes one (1) golfer

Dinner and Auction Package - $100

Includes one (1) ticket for the post-golf dinner, awards program and live and silent auction.


About Cleveland Indians Charities
Cleveland Indians Charities

Established in 1989, Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC) is the self-sustaining charitable arm of the Cleveland Indians that concentrates on creative partnerships with select organizations that focus on youth education and recreation. Since its inception, CIC has donated more than $10 million to youth-oriented agencies and organizations throughout Northeast Ohio. CIC has established and enhanced its relationships with several of these organizations, with the focus on the following beneficiaries and grant programs for 2015:

CIC Beneficiaries for 2015
Cleveland Metropolitan School District - Provide funding for high school baseball and softball programs.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland - Provide educational outreach programs.
Cleveland Baseball Federation - Grow youth participation in baseball and softball by administering the Larry Doby Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) and Rookie League, free of charge to youth who do not have the financial means to participate otherwise.
Diamond Improvement Grant - Assist in league funding, programming and renovation of playing fields.