Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic to feature 44 current and former players – Crescent City Sports

Rickey Jackson is among the Saints legends set to play in the 2022 Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic in Kenner (Photo: Parker Waters).

A total of 44 current New Orleans Saints players, coaches, executives and prominent former players will participate in the 29th Annual Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic on Monday, May 16 at 9 am at Chateau Country Club in Kenner.

Presented by the Saints Hall of Fame, the New Orleans Saints and the City of Kenner, New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President and General Manager Mickey Loomis, along with head coach Dennis Allen will lead the way. Assistant coach and former star player Zach Strief is also slated to play in the event.

Among the Saints alumni are eight Saints Hall of Fame inductees – Jim Dombrowski, Dalton Hilliard, Tyrone Hughes, Rickey Jackson, Joe Johnson, Michael Lewis, Deuce McAllister and Jim Wilks.

The event also features a taste of New Orleans, with 22 local restaurants and caterers participating with at least one stationed on each hole.

All proceeds from the golf classic benefit the non-profit Saints Hall of Fame Museum.

2022 CELEBRITY GOLF CLASSIC SAINTS CELEBRITIES SCHEDULED TO PARTICIPATE
Dennis Allen
Zach Baun
Ian Book
Marquez Callaway
Chuck Commiskey
Andy Dalton
Jim Dombrowski
Andrew Dowell
Kaden Elliss
John Fourcade
CJ Gardner-Johnson
Garrett Hartley
Larry Hardy
Anthony Hargrove
Jerald Hawkins
Devery Henderson
** Dalton Hilliard
Jack Holmes
** Tyrone Hughes
** Rickey Jackson
** Joe Johnson
Juwan Johnson
Tony Jones
Cam Jordan
** Michael Lewis
Mickey Loomis
Fred McAfee
** Deuce McAllister
Mel Mitchell
Vernon Perry
Adam Prentice
Tom Roussel
Maurice Spencer
Mike Strachan
Zach Strief
Daryl Terrell
Adam Trautman
Pete Werner
Kevin White
** Jim Wilks
Easop Winston
Zach Wood
Ethan Wolf
Emanuel Zanders

** indicates Saints Hall of Fame inductee

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