Celebrity Golfers

Celebrity Golfers


Tony “The Tiger” Lopez is a former  professional boxer from Sacramento,
California. Lopez is a 3-Time  World Boxing Champion. He is remembered  for his victory in the 1988  The Ring Fight of the year by decision over Rocky Lockridge. He fought against Julio César Chávez in 1994  in Monterrey. Tony Lopez is now retired from boxing and runs a bail bond agency in Sacramento.






Rick Ravanello started his acting career back in 1996. Rick immediately started to earn many television and film roles which eventually lead to an audition that landed in the hands of Steven Spielberg of Dreamworks SKG. Mr. Spielberg quickly had Rick flown to Los Angeles where he met with Tom Hanks and Tony To. They discussed an upcoming project titled “Band of Brothers”. Although Rick did not go on to film the mini-series, Mr. Spielberg offered Rick a deal to star in an upcoming Dreamworks television project. Since his arrival in L.A., Rick has since been very active. He earned a role in _Hart’s War(2002)_ where he worked along side Bruce Willis in Prague, Czech Republic. “The Cave” put Rick back on screen with fellow “Hart’s War” actor and friend Cole Hauser a couple of years later. Rick Ravanello has proved himself to be a very versatile performer with a range from character roles to the leading man. He has three younger brothers, Chris, Lawrence and Michael (Michael sustained a brain injury back in 1994 which has left him hospitalized since. Michael has since passed away). The loss of his youngest brother has been a life changer for him as he’ll tell you. Rick has always been involved with many charitable groups ranging from those that support The United States Military to those supporting cancer patients and their families. He loves to play golf and is an avid practitioner of the Martial Arts. Muay Thai being his current passion. Rick resides in Southern California.  source: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0712262/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm
Photo Credit: Bjoern Kommerell 


Brendan Fehr was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He and his two sisters were raised by his mother, a case manager at the Stony Mountain Correctional Insitute. In Vancouver for a wedding in 1997, he dropped by Look Talent Management to inquire about quick-cash modelling assignments. Manager Jim Sheasgreen suggested he try TV acting instead. But a week later, he was up for a nine-line guest role on the high-school-at-sea series Breaker High. Then only days away from starting the University of Manitoba and planning to be a teacher, he heeded his mother’s counsel that if he wanted to try acting, he should give it the full effort.














ERIC WRIGHT – San Francisco 49ers
Eric Cortez Wright  is a former  NFL cornerback  who was selected  by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2nd round of the 1981  Wright played in ten NFL seasons (1981-1990),
all for the 49ers including starting on four Super Bowl-winning teams. Wright made a key defensive play in the1982  NFC Championship game against the Dallas Cowboys.
On the Cowboys’ last possession in the final minute, after Dwight Clark had made The Catch, Wright made a touchdown-saving  tackle on Cowboy wide receiver Drew Pearson
to preserve the 49er  win and propel them into their first Super Bowl.


Mervyn “Swervyn” Fernandez-Raiders
Mervyn “Swervin’  Mervyn” Fernandez is a former wide receiver with the NFL Los Angeles-Oakland  Raiders and the Canadian Football League BC Lions.
Fernandez was a two-time  CFL All-Star (1984-1985)  and is a member of the BC Lions Wall of Fame. In 2003,  Fernandez was voted a member  of the BC Lions
All-Time Dream Team, at the wide receiver position, as part of the club’s 50 year anniversary celebration.  In 2006,  Fernandez was voted one of the CFL’s Top 50
players (#42) of the league’s modern era by Canadian sports network TSN.