Former Georgia Tech and College of Charleston basketball coach Bobby Cremins is among those expected to play in the Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament, which starts Friday.
The part-time Hilton Head resident is one of several sports figures listed among the event's celebrities. Others include former San Francisco 49ers defensive back Dwight Hicks, former Chicago Bears receiver Willie Gault, former New York Giants defensive back Mark Collins, former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Ken Anderson, former Seattle Supersonics guard Gus Williams, and former Major League Baseball players Tony Womack, Reggie Smith and Doug Flynn.
The event begins on Palmetto Dunes' Robert Trent Jones course, moves to Wexford on Saturday and finishes Sunday on Harbour Town Golf Links.
Since its inception in 1979, the event has raised almost $4 million for Lowcountry children's charities, according to its website.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND CELEBRITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
What: Charity golf event matching amateurs with celebrities -- including actors, professional athletes and television personalities
Where: Friday at Palmetto Dunes' Robert Trent Jones Course; Saturday at Wexford Plantation; Sunday at Harbour Town Golf Links