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On The Scene At The Golf Classic To Kick Off Espy Week

ENTER held their Annual ‘The Golf Classic’ on Monday, July 8 with its biggest outing yet in celebration of its 15-year anniversary during sports biggest award week.

In partnership with Malbon Golf, Dosist, Hublot and Talent Resources Sports, attendees ranging from celerbated actors, musicians, entertainment industry executives, notable athletes, and young entrepreneurs to key industry influencers came together for another year of networking and competitive golf at the Calabasas Country Club. The event was to benefit UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital and was also supported by sbe nightlife, Digital Medical Tech, Blade, Peroni, Goodr, Drink Winso and more.

RyanCabrera, ChordOverstreet, RyanRottman

Talent attendees included: Sports Illustrated model and cover star Camille Kostek, actors Jesse Metcalfe, Jesse Lee Soffer, Jay Hayden, Donovan Carter, Philip Boyd, Ryan Rottman, Chord Overstreet, actress AnnaLynne McCord, Jason Wahler and Ashley Wahler of “The Hills,” rapper Schoolboy Q, musician Ryan Cabrera, artist Crime By Design, former NFL athletes James Farrior and Dashon Goldson, pro golfer Anna DePalma, influencer Rachel McCord and more.

Jesse Metcalfe

 Since relocating to its new home in Los Angeles after being a staple in the Hamptons, The Golf Classic moved to a new location this year, kicking off ESPY Week at the renowned Calabasas Country Club. The 18-hole championship-style course nestled in the hills of Calabasas is equipped with lush fairways and scenic views of the Santa Monica mountains which made for a beautiful golf experience for participants.  With continued involvement from premier entertainment and consumer lifestyle companies, ENTER, along with Talent Resources Sports, Los Angeles-based contemporary golf brand, Malbon Golf along with Dosist, recognized as a disruptor in the health and wellness industry,  and Swiss luxury watch brand HUBLOT, were the title partners on this year’s golf tournament. 

Camille Kostek

 HUBLOT showcased their Big Bang UNICO Golf Blue Carbon watches that were designed, developed, manufactured and assembled for avid players of the game. Powered by HUB1580 movement, the watch allows golfers to seamlessly calculate their score whilst on course, featuring aperture displays and is ultra-lightweight providing true performance. Dosist, named one of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2016, dosist™ is a cannabis-based wellness company. Through six targeted formulas, dosist™ aims to deliver safe, targeted, and effective solutions for some of the most common ailments. The company takes an ethical approach to production, which includes fully recyclable, medical-grade plastic and a rigorous testing process to ensure all products are safe and pesticide-free.

Rachel and Annalynne Mccord

 Players refreshed with Boxed Water, Carbonadi vodka cocktails, Brew Dr. Kombucha, DreamPops, Drink Winso and Peroni cold italian beer. Uncle Paulie’s served up lunch with a sausage and peppers grill station, while golfers also snacked on Pasta Chips and Butterfinger CandyPop throughout the day. Players received sunglasses by Goodr and kept protected by Coola suncare.

SchoolBoy Q

 Conceived by Los Angeles’ premiere experiential marketing agency, ENTER, founding creative Zev Norotsky has curated a widely recognized tournament as one of the most coveted golf events annually, attracting key influencers, athletes, nightlife notables, celebrities, young creatives and entertainment industry elite. This year’s beneficiary was UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital. Norotsky’s innovative experiential agency is nationally known for its marquee live-event campaigns for clients ranging from AT&T and Paramount Pictures to YSL Beauty and Uber, and just opened Agency Coffee Co., a hybrid coffee shop in the form of a full service counter and work space located in the popular streetwear district of Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.

Jesse Lee Soffer and Jay Haydon

Originally from Detroit, Ashley has been a style curator and editor for over a decade, having lived in Washington DC and New York City before moving to West Hollywood in 2015. She has written for The Washington Post, Hollywood Life, Haute Living, Vanity Fair, International Business Times and Fashion Times. She lives for leather jackets, statement sunglasses, RuPaul's Drag Race and her rescue basset hound Cletus.

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