Legends Invitational Golf Tournament at Pebble Beach to Benefit…

Legends Invitational Golf Tournament at Pebble Beach to Benefit…


MONTEREY, Calif. Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Legends Invitational, recognized as one of the most prestigious and longest-running privately held tournaments at the prestigious Pebble Beach, announces new sponsorship opportunities. The 31st annual philanthropic sporting event, founded in 1990 and co-owned by John Lee and Mary Lee, will take place November 10-14, 2022. The event was created to bring friends and sports celebrities together to celebrate Medal of Honor recipients and the Navy SEAL community.

The private event will host various high profile celebrities. Guests are served fine dining and a variety of carefully curated activities. “Legends Invitational is the perfect event for your best customers, your best employees and your best friends,” said John Lee, President of Legends Invitational.

VIP guests include Pro Football Hall of Fame players such as Randall McDaniel, Anthony Munoz and Jan Stenerud, who will be celebrity captains this year. Also in attendance will be several Medal of Honor recipients, Navy SEALs and other sports celebrities. In addition to the VIPs, the previous and current participants will receive priority invitations. Invitations are based on referrals and relationships with the organizers and invitees.

“On any given day, Navy SEALs serve in countless countries around the world to protect our quality of life in America. Becoming a Legends Invitational sponsor is a wonderful way for you and your organization to say THANK YOU to the Medal of Honor recipients and to the Navy SEALs,” said John Lee.

This four-day tournament begins on Thursday with guests checking in at Spanish Bay, a five-star hotel that will host a Jack Daniel’s reception. The Navy SEALs will jump into the first hole, and SEALs and K-9ers will fight off the roof of Spanish Bay.

This is followed by a buffet dinner in the hotel’s main ballroom to round off the night’s activities. The participants will play Spanish Bay on Friday…


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