Fore!Kids Foundation team wins Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic

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Fore!Kids Foundation team at SHOF golf 2022
Winning team of Zurich Classic executive director Steve Worthy, Jonathan Jeter, Robert Emmett, Brett Lemoine and Ian Book joined by Saints defensive end Cam Jordan at Chateau Country Club


It happened in 2019.

It has happened again in 2021.

The Fore!Kids Foundation team of Zurich Classic executive director Steve Worthy, Jonathan Jeter, Robert Emmett, Brett Lemoine once again won the 29th Annual Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic tournament at Chateau Country Club in Kenner with a score of 47 in the scramble format event. Their celebrity participant was New Orleans Saints quarterback Ian Book.

The team that won the event in 2021 from Cajun Breaker in Lafayette featuring Taylor Bourque, Chris Meche, Mike Johnson, Bryan Ryles and New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marquez Callaway finished second with a score of 49.

Cajun Breaker team

Coming in third was the team representing Chateau Café and Desi Vega’s Seafood and Steakhouse including Scott Korndorffer, Desi Vega, Rick Hard, Robbie Hazard and New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President and General Manager Mickey Loomis with a score of 50.

SHOF- Team Loomis

Eddie Goines won the closest to the hole contest, worth a prize of $1,200 in value, by landing his tee shot at five feet, 11 inches from the pin at No. 11.

Eddie Goines

The event featured 165 participants, including 44 current New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Saints alumni. Head coach Dennis Allen and Loomis were among those playing.

“I think this is a great event,” Allen said. “I think being part of the Saints Hall of Fame, there’s nobody else in the NFL that does it quite the same way that the Saints do and that’s what makes this place really special. I was fortunate that I had an opportunity to get this job. This is a great organization. This organization is run in a class manner, all the way from the top with Mrs. Benson, Dennis Lauscha, Mickey Loomis. It is a lot of you guys, including the former players, that make it what it is, so good.”

Dennis Allen and Ken Trahan

The tournament was sponsored by the non-profit Saints Hall of Fame Museum, the New Orleans Saints and the City of Kenner and featured 22 restaurants and caterers on the course.

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