Ann Liguori hosted her 21st Annual Ann Liguori Foundation Charity Golf Classic at Westhampton Country Club on Thursday, June 20th, benefitting cancer research, prevention and care. It was the event’s 21st straight sell-out.
This year’s honorees were Sportscasting Legend Lesley Visser, NFL Hall of Famer/Media division and long-time reporter for CBS Sports; Business Honoree Robert Bicocchi, Senior Property Manager, CBRE; and Music Honoree Steve Azar, hit singer-songwriter, musician and philanthropist.
The popular tournament, played every year at a prestigious club in The Hamptons, featured a premium goodie bag including PeakVision Sunglasses, Greg Norman shirt, Imperial headwear, Weatherman umbrella, Dune Jewelry ball markers, Swing Lube, StaminaPro, and BARE Republic Mineral Sunscreen.
The day included brunch, golf, cocktails, dinner and entertainment by Steve Azar, Gary Valentine and Dan Liguori.
Celebrities who attended included Katrina Adams, former tennis professional and immediate past President, USTA; PBS’ Bill McCuddy; Marty ‘Mr. Fashion’ Hackel; Rick Cerone, former NY Yankees catcher; Alan Kalter, announcer for David Letterman; Jane Hanson, former Anchor, WNBC; one-armed golfer Gianna Rojas; and actor and comedian Gary Valentine.
Sponsors include ABM, CBRE, Greg Norman Apparel, PeakVision Sunglasses, Platinum Inc., Structure Tone & TaylorMade Golf.
Donors include BARE Republic, Bo Dietl and RAOS Restaurant, Carnival Cruise Lines, Casa de Campo, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Dooney & Bourke, Dune Jewelry, Dunning Shirts, Evan Schiller Golf Course Photography, G/Fore, Golf & Body NYC, Hotel Indigo, Imperial, Kendra Scott, Knot Standard, Motor City Seafood Company, North & West Coast Links Golf Ireland, Pete’s Golf, PGA National Resort & Spa, Polo Ralph Lauren, Sagaponacka Vodka, Sketchers, STAMINAPRO, STITCH®, SWING LUBE, The Abaco Club in Bahamas, The Clover, The Bobby Jones Whiskey Collection, TOUR EDGE Golf, the U.S. Adaptive Golf Alliance and Weatherman.
Winners were Low Gross, Kenneth Whitney, John Eager, Mark Kenyon, Anthony Casalino and low net winners Walt Wasnieski, Shawn Lynch, Russ Marnell and Joe Ventimiglia.