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American Century Celebrity Golf Championship
July 7, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm$30
The American Century Celebrity Golf Championship from the shores of beautiful Lake Tahoe, Wednesday, July 7 through Sunday, July 11, 2021.
With a purse of $600,000 and network television exposure, it’s the most prestigious and richest celebrity tournament in golf. A tournament for current and former professional athletes and entertainers.
In accordance with local health and safety guidelines, a limited number of spectators will be allowed to attend the event. All tickets must be purchased online. Fans can purchase up to four tickets each, allowing for more equitable public distribution.
To abide by local health protocols, celebrities will not be allowed to sign any autographs this year.
Daily tickets are $30 per day, Wednesday through Sunday. ONE child 10-years-old and younger receives free admission with each paid adult.
Tickets purchased online will be available for pickup at the MAIN SPECTATOR ENTRANCE of Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course. Please pick up your tickets by 2 p.m.
Justin Timberlake, Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes and Charles Barkley headlines star–studded field of more than 80 sports and entertainment stars competing in the 54–hole championship.
The battle for the 2021 title is slated to include standout golfers like two–time champion Tony Romo, three–time champion Mark Mulder, PGA TOUR Champions exemption competitor John Smoltz and defending champion Mardy Fish, the U.S. Davis Cup Captain. Newcomers to the tournament include Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott, New Orleans Saints star Taysom Hill, Los Angeles Rams offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, two–time New York Giants Super Bowl Champion Justin Tuck and former New York Yankees star pitcher CC Sabathia. Newly retired future Hall of Fame quarterback and NBC Sports’ new Football Night in America analyst Drew Breesis part of the contingent of 39 current or former NFL players, coaches and Hall of Famers who tee it up at Edgewood Tahoe each year. Active players Larry Fitzgerald, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kyle Fuller, Robbie Gould, Travis Kelce, Patrick Peterson, Golden Tate andA dam Thielenall use the event as a final respite before the opening of NFL training camps each year. All told, the field collectively represents 16 Hall of Famers, 13 Most Valuable Player awards and 15 Cy Young Awards. Among the women celebrity golfers in the field are NBC News and TODAY Show meteorologist Dylan Dreyer, NBC Sports anchor and on–air personality Kathryn Tappen and GOLF Channel on–air commentator Kira K. Dixon, 2015’s Miss America.