The 15th annual Boeing Classic will kick off Monday, Aug. 19 at 8:30 am with Seahawks Rumble at The Ridge, which is a highlight of the yearly PGA TOUR Champions event that brings together friends from the professional sports industry and other guests to 'tee it up' for charity.

Foursomes will be matced with one of 31 celebrities, which include former pro athletes and business leaders. Guests will be comprised of Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor inductees, Pro Football Hall of Fame members, as well as former Seattle Mariners, Seattle SuperSonics, UW Huskies and WSU Cougars, including:


The celebrities that attend in 2018 Rumble at the Ridge:

    • Alan Mulally – Retired Ford CEO
    • Alonzo Mitz – Seahawks
    • Bill Krueger – Mariners
    • Bobby Joe Edmonds – Seahawks
    • Charly Martin – Seahawks
    • Cliff Avril – Seahawks
    • Dave Kreig - Seahawks
    • David Hughes – Seahawks
    • David Kirtman – Seahawks
    • Edwin Bailey - Seahawks
    • Efren Herrera – Seahawks
    • Eric Metcalf – NFL Legend/UW Husky
    • Gee Scott – Seahawks
    • Greg Lewis – NFL Legend/UW Husky
    • Jack Thompson – NFL Legend/WSU
    • Jacob Green – Seahawks
    • Jake Heaps – UW/Seahawks
    • Jason Terry – NBA Player
    • Jim Zorn – Seahawks
    • Jordan Babineaux – Seahawks
    • Lawyer Milloy – Seahawks
    • LonZell Hill – NFL Legend
    • Marcus Hahnemann – USA Soccer/SFC Alum
    • Mark Lee – UW/ NFL Legend
    • Norm Johnson – Seahawks
    • PJ Carlesimo – Seattle Supersonics/Portland Blazers
    • Randall Morris – Seahawks
    • Roger Cleveland – Cleveland Golf
    • Sam Adkins – Seahawks
    • Sidney Rice – Seahawks
    • Steve Hutchinson – Seahawks
    • Steve Raible - Seahawks

"Seahawks Rumble at The Ridge will be a great way to kick off the week-long array of events that make up Boeing Classic," said Executive Director Brian Flajole. "This partnership with the Seahawks is unique across the PGA TOUR and gives Northwest fans an up-close chance to see some Seahawk legends while raising money for very worthy causes."