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Apr 22

Tracy Lawrence, Joe Diffie & More Join Christmas 4 Kids Celebrity Golf Tournament

Tracy Lawrence, Joe Diffie & More Join Christmas 4 Kids Celebrity Golf Tournament

Tracy Lawrence photo courtesy of Rocky Comfort Records.

Tracy Lawrence, Joe Diffie, David Ball, NASCAR Driver TJ Bell, Lisa Matassa, Brother Trouble, Lucas Hoge and Grand Ole Opry announcer Mike Terry are among the celebrities who will take part in the third annual Christmas 4 Kids Celebrity Golf Tournament. Set for April 29 at Pine Creek Golf Course in Mt Juliet, Tennessee, proceeds from the tournament will benefit Christmas 4 Kids, an organization that helps bring Christmas to thousands of children in Middle Tennessee.

Other celebrities schedule to participate include Jan Howard, Doyle Lawson, Eric Heatherly, Matt Gary, Carolyn Corlew, Wood Newton, Jackson Delaney, Del Gray, George Ducas, Guy Gilchrist, Mitch Goudy, Sherry Lynn, Erin Como, Barrack Shapiro, Jennifer Waddell, Bob Sellers and Kelly Sutton. Bluegrass duo The Roys and Headline Country’s Stacy McCloud will serve as hosts.

The tournament is a 3-player scramble with a celebrity making each team’s fouth player. The cost is $125 per person which includes lunch, dinner and drinks. There will be multiple prizes in multiple flights with over $65,000 in cash and prizes. Dinner will follow tournament play. To register or for more information, visit

For over 20 years, Christmas 4 Kids has been providing children in the Middle Tennessee area with the joys of Christmas. Last year, Christmas 4 Kids provided over 400 children a ride on a celebrity tour bus, a party with Santa and Mrs. Claus, money to spend on gifts for themselves and others at a local Wal-Mart and a new winter coat.


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