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APRIL 9, 10 & 11, 2016


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After 15 years of Tournament Play - The Theater Foundation is stepping up to a CELEBRITY GOLF CLASSIC!   We are excited to bring NFL and Hall of Fame Football Stars to play with our Teams & mingle with us at our events!  So whether you swing a club, party hardy, auction with the best, or swim like a duck - you can meet our Celebrities!  Oh - and be sure to purchase a football Saturaday night at the Gala - they'll be signing autographs!



Saturday, April 9

6:00 PM


With MICHAEL ISRAEL - Performance Artist

Harrah's Southern California Resort


Sunday, April 10

AM - Europa Village Wine Tour & Tasting

Optional Practice Round @ Pauma Valley

PM - Masters Viewing Party 

Pool Party


Monday, April 11

9am to 4pm




Save the Date for a terrific time of golf, food and fun for a good cause!


Coming in 2015

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 Kellen Winslow 

No. 80 Tight End 

College: Missouri 

NFL Draft: 1979 / Round: 1 / Pick: 13 

San Diego Chargers (1979–1987) 

5. Pro Bowl (1980–1983, 1987) 

Pro Bowl Co-MVP (1981) 

NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team 

NFL 1980s All-Decade Team 

NFL leader in receptions (1980, 1981) 

San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame 

Pro Football Hall of Fame (1995) 

Receiving Yards: 6,741 

Touchdowns: 45 

Bobby Bell 

No. 78 LB / DE 

College: Minnesota 

NFL Draft: 1963 / Round: 2 / Pick: 16 

AFL Kansas City Chiefs (1963-1969) 

NFL Kansas City Chiefs (1970-1974) 

Pro Football Hall of Fame (1983) 

NCAA championship (1960) 

6. AFL All-Star selection 

5. First-team All-AFL selection 

AFL Champion, 1966 and 1969 

Super Bowl IV Champion, 1969 season 

AFL All-Time Team 

3x NFL Pro Bowl selection 

First-team All-Pro selection 

NFL 1970s All-Decade Team 

1962 Outland Trophy 

North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame 

Kansas City Chiefs #78 retired 

Interceptions 26 

Sacks 40 

Touchdowns 8 

Isaac Curtis 

No. 85 WR 

College: California - San Diego State 

NFL Draft: 1973 

Round: 1 

Cincinnati Bengals (1973-1984) 

4. Pro Bowl selection (1973, 1974, 1975, 1976) 

Receptions 416 

Receiving yards 7,101 

Touchdowns 53 

Louis Lipps 

No. 83 WR 

College: Southern Mississippi 

NFL Draft: 1984 

Round: 1 

Pittsburgh Steelers (1984-1991) 

New Orleans Saints (1992) 

AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (1984) 

2. Pro Bowl selection (1984, 1985) 

2. All-Pro selection (1984, 1985) 

Pittsburgh Steelers Team MVP (1989) 

1984 Joe Greene Award 

Receptions 359 

Receiving Yards 6,019 

Touchdowns 39 

Mark May 

No. 73 OT 

College: Pittsburgh 

NFL Draft: 1981 

Round: 1 

Washington Redskins (1981–1990) 

San Diego Chargers (1991) 

Phoenix Cardinals (1992–1993) 

Pro Bowl selection (1988) 

2x Super Bowl Champion (XVII, XXII) 

70 Greatest Redskins 

Outland Trophy (1980) 

Consensus first-team All-American (1980) 

Games played 158 

Games started 141 

Fumble recoveries 5 

George Rogers 

No. 38 RB 

College: South Carolina 

NFL Draft: 1981 

Round: 1 / Pick: 1 

New Orleans Saints (1981–1984) 

Washington Redskins (1985–1987) 

Pro Bowl (1981, 1982) 

Super Bowl champion (XXII) 

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (1981) 

Heisman Trophy (1980) 

Consensus first-team All-American (1980) 

Rushing yards 7,176 

Average 4.2 

Touchdowns 54 

In the 1981 NFL Draft the New Orleans Saints selected Rogers with the first pick overall. He was the first of five Heisman Trophy winners selected by the Saints 

In his first season, Rogers led the league in rushing with 1,674 yards, which set a high for rookies at that time. He was selected as the NFL Rookie of the Year for 1981 and earned a trip to the Pro Bowl. In 1992, Rogers was named to the All-Century Team at University of South Carolina. He holds memberships in the University of South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, and the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame. In 1997, he received the honor of being inducted into the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame. Also, the road that runs along the north end of Williams-Brice Stadium was renamed in his honor and is now known as George Rogers Boulevard. 

Jim Thornton 

No. 80 TE 

College: Cal State Fullerton 

NFL Draft: 1988 

Round: 4 

1988-1991 Chicago Bears 

1993-1994 New York Jets 

1995 Houston Oilers 

Games Played 97 

Catches 107 

Touchdowns 7 

He was given the nickname of "RoboCop" because of his physique. 

Dermontti Dawson 

No. 63 Center 

College: Kentucky 

NFL Draft: 1988 / Round: 2 

Pittsburgh Steelers (1988–2000) 

7. Pro Bowl (1992–1998) 

NFL 1990s All-Decade Team 

Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team 

Pittsburgh Steelers #63 no longer issued 

Pro Football Hall of Fame (2012) 

Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame 

Games played: 184 

Games started: 181 

Tom Mack 

No. 65 Guard 

College: Michigan 

NFL Draft: 1966 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2 

Los Angeles Rams (1966–1978) 

11. Pro Bowl 

4. First-Team All-Pro 

Pro Football Hall of Fame (1999) 

University of Michigan Athletic Hall of Honor (2006) 

Games played: 184 

Games started: 162 

During Mack's career with the Rams, the club enjoyed a .720 winning percentage with a won-lost-tie record of 129-48-7, won their division eight times, 

and reached four NFC championship games. 

Charlie Joiner 

No. 18 Wide Receiver 

College: Grambling State 

NFL Draft: 1969 

As Player: 

Houston Oilers (1969–1972) 

Cincinnati Bengals (1972–1975) 

San Diego Chargers (1976–1986) 

As coach: 

San Diego Chargers (1987–1991) 

Buffalo Bills (1992–2000) 

Kansas City Chiefs (2001–2007) 

San Diego Chargers (2008–2012) 

3. Pro Bowl 

San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame 

San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team 

Pro Football Hall of Fame (1996) 

Games played: 239 

Games started: 211 

Receptions: 750 

Receiving Yards: 12,146 

Touchdowns: 65 

Mike Haynes 

No. 22, 40 Cornerback 

College: Arizona State 

NFL Draft: 1976 / Round: 1 

New England Patriots (1976–1982) 

Los Angeles Raiders (1983–1989) 

9. Pro Bowl 

1984 NFL Defensive Player of the Year 

Super Bowl Champion (XVIII) 

NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team 

NFL 1980s All-Decade Team 

1976 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year 

1976 UPI AFC Rookie of the Year 

1984 George S. Halas Trophy 

New England Patriots #40 retired 

Pro Football Hall of Fame (1997) 

Interceptions: 46 

Touchdowns: 5 

Ranked #93 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players. Haynes is considered by many football experts to be the best overall cornerback in the history of the NFL. 

Hank Bauer 

No. 37 Running Back 

College: California Lutheran 

Undrafted: 1976 

Dallas Cowboys (1976)* 

San Diego Chargers (1977–1982) 

Chargers Most Inspirational Player 1978 

Chargers Special Teams MVP 1980–1981 

NFL Alumni Special Teams Player of the Year 

TBS NFL Special Teams Player of the Year 

Charger team captain 

San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team 

NFL Record 52 special teams tackles in 1981 

Scored 3 TDs on 4 carries 

Games played: 86 

Touchdowns: 21 

Sports anchor for KFMB from 1987–2002.S 

Currently a radio color analyst for National NFL games, including for the Chargers radio broadcasts. 

The highlight of his career included two USO tours on behalf of the NFL. 

Dwight Hicks 

No. 22 Safety 

College: Michigan 

NFL Draft: 1978 

San Francisco 49ers (1979–1985) 

Indianapolis Colts (1986) 

2. Super Bowl champion (XVI, XIX) 

4. Pro Bowl selection 

2. NFC Champion 

2. All-Pro selection 

Interception: 32 

INT yards: 602 

INT return TDs: 3 

Hicks was a key player on the 49ers dynasty in the 1980s. 

The young, but hard-hitting secondary would affectionately be known as "Dwight Hicks and his Hot Licks". 

After his football career, Hicks went on to become a popular character actor in numerous films / TV appearances. 

Rod Martin 

No. 53 Linebacker 

College: USC 

NFL Draft: 1977 

Los Angeles Raiders (1977–1988) 

2x Super Bowl Champion (XV, XVIII) 

2x Pro Bowl (1983, 1984) 

AP First-team All-Pro Selection (1984) 

AP Second-team All-Pro selection (1983) 

NEA First-team All-Pro selection (1982) 

NEA Second-team All-Pro Selection (1981) 

PFWA First-team All-Pro selection (1984) 

The Sporting News First-team All-Pro selection (1983) 

INT: 14 

INT yards: 225 

Touchdowns: 4 

Sacks: 33.5 

Fumble recoveries: 10 

3 interceptions were a Super Bowl record in Super Bowl XVIII. 

Brad Daluiso 

No. 3 Kicker 

College: UCLA 

Seasons: 12 

1991 Atlanta Falcons 

1991 Buffalo Bills 

1992 Denver Broncos 

1993-2000 New York Giants 

2001 Oakland Raiders 

Daluiso appeared in Super Bowl XXVI for the Buffalo Bills. 

Daluiso appeared in Super Bowl XXXV for the New York Giants. 

Other Invitees 

(Have Not Confirmed) 

James Lofton – NFL HOF 

Rolf Benirschke - Chargers 

Benny Ricardo – Chargers 

Quentin Jammer – Chargers 

Jim Weatherly – Raiders 

Jim McMahon – Bears 

Ed Marinaro – NFL/Actor 

Eric Wright – NFL 

Eric Weddle - NFL 

Richard Tyson 

Born in Mobile, Alabama. 



Spouse: Tracy Kristofferson 

His most prominent role was as the villain Cullen Crisp, Sr. in Kindergarten Cop co-starring alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger. He also starred as high school bully Buddy Revell in the 1987 comedy Three O'Clock High. Tyson can also be seen in the Farrelly Brothers movies, Kingpin, Me, Myself & Irene and There's Something About Mary. 

Richard Tyson's acting credits also include guest appearances on the TV shows CSI: NY, Boomtown, Martial Law as well as the films The Visitation, Moscow Heat, Liar's Poker and Black Hawk Down.