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Jun 7

Tug McGraw Foundation Celebrity Sporting Clay Pro-Am Raises $50,000

Kix Brooks, Keith Anderson

Kix Brooks and Keith Anderson attend the 2nd annual Tug McGraw Foundation Celebrity Sporting Clay shootout at the Nashville Gun Club on June 4, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon IV/Getty Images)

Kix Brooks, Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry, Randy Houser, Craig Campbell and Keith Anderson were just some of the celebrities on hand for the 2nd Annual Tug McGraw Foundation Celebrity Sporting Clay Pro-Am on Tuesday, June 4 in Nashville. The event raised approximately $50,000 to benefit the foundation’s efforts to improve the lives of military service members who have been affected by Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

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Hosted by GAC’s Storme Warren, Betty Trimble, Tim McGraw’s mom, and Mark McGraw were on hand to welcome participants and their guests. The competition consisted of four amateurs, one professional, and a music celebrity and simulated the unpredictability of live-quarry by offering a variety of trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations, distances, and target sizes.

Team Ken Campbell, which included Kristy Lee Cook, won the completion and the Swaggerty Team, including Troy Gentry, took second. Third place went to Team Gamaliel and included artists Rachel Timberlake and Shane Minor.

A silent auction with items including wine, dining, sports & music memorabilia, and travel, including exclusive trips to Africa and Argentina took place after the competition. For full results and more information about the Tug McGraw Foundation, visit


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