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The Golf Classic

by | Jul 7, 2023 | NEWS

The Golf Classic Returns for its 19th Consecutive Year, Taking Place at Angeles National Golf Club on July 10th, 2023

Sports Illustrated and the Angeles National Golf Club are teaming up to present ‘The Golf Classic,’ a prestigious VIP golf outing. This annual event, which has been running for 19 years, is known as one of the longest-running lifestyle golf events in the country. This year, the tournament is partnering with Sports Illustrated to expand its reach and bring even more excitement to the event. The Golf Classic offers a unique combination of networking, camaraderie, and competitive golf, all while raising funds for the UCLA Children’s Hospital.

Talent attendees include special guest host Austin Reeves (LA LAKERS).

The Golf Classic was established in 2004 as a unique event that brings together executives, VIPs from the entertainment industry, and celebrity guests for networking and friendly competition, all for a charitable cause. Created by ENTER, a leading experiential marketing agency in Los Angeles, the tournament has become known as the pioneer of a new era of golf events focusing on lifestyle and entertainment. It attracts influential individuals, athletes, celebrities, nightlife figures, young creatives, and elite entertainment industry members.

The Golf Classic is an event that brings together golfing enthusiasts of all skill levels to play on a challenging championship-level course. Held at Angeles National Golf Club in Sunland, California, this Par 72 course offers a unique experience with its two lakes, one creek, and 54 bunkers. In addition to enjoying a day of golf, participants can network with their peers and support philanthropic initiatives.

The Golf Classic has been the leading lifestyle golf event in the United States for years, setting the standard for a golf experience championed by professional athletes and celebrities. As we approach our 20th anniversary, it was only natural to partner with a top sports media company to expand our reach further and elevate the standards for brand-focused and culturally significant golf events. – Founder, Zev Norotsky.

The 2023 Los Angeles Golf Classic is proud to have BMW as its auto partner, while Casamigos will present pouring stations throughout the course. Guests will also enjoy beverages from Saint James Tea, Celsius Energy, Flying Embers Hard Kombucha, Hello Soju, Mezcla, and Liquid Death. There will be Drip Hydration Protein shots and a Hyperice massage area for on-site wellness relief. Additionally, OOKA will showcase its innovative doseable pod device.

During the golf tournament, Shock’d Golf Balls and Golf Tournament Solutions’ Golf Cannon will create exciting challenges for players on the course. Geometry will provide personalized, branded towels for each player, while Crep Protect will ensure that golfers’ shoes look crispy clean out on the course. Additionally, Palm Golf Co will provide fresh gloves for each player. Goodr will provide their signature golf sport sunglasses to complete the players’ outfits.

Tournament Players and Guests can look forward to various mouth-watering cuisines from Beyond Meat’s on-site food truck, the popular Yeastie Boys food truck, and Uncle Paulies’ specialty dishes. The Golf Classic’s official hotel partner is Hermitage Beverly Hills, and BMW will be the exclusive auto partner for the event.

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Alan Darty

Alan is the founder and publisher of Golf One Media and the former publisher of eSouthernGOLF—a second-generation Florida native who loves all things Florida. You can usually find him with his wife, watching their two daughters coaching volleyball at Oviedo (FL) High School or Mississippi State University when he's not golfing, hunting, or fishing.