Brownell among 24 celebrities scheduled for 2013 BMW Charity Pro-Am

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Since 2001, 105 celebrities have played in the BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation. Twenty-four celebrities are scheduled to participate in the 2013 tournament.

Anthony Anderson, actor (Guys with Kids and Law and Order)
Steve Azar, country music artist
Andy Buckley, actor (The Office and The Lying Game)
Brad BrownellBrad Brownell
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, Clemson University Head Basketball Coach
Mark Bryan, Hootie and the Blowfish lead guitarist
Javier Colon, winner of The Voice (Season 1)
Jay DeMarcus, Rascal Flatts bass guitarist
Jeffrey Donovan, actor (Burn Notice and Hitch)
Dean Felber, Hootie and the Blowfish bass guitarist
Wayne Gretzky, NHL Hall of Fame member
Oliver Hudson, actor (Rules of Engagement)
Janet Jones-Gretzky, actress (Police Academy 5)
George Lopez, comedian/actor/host (Lopez Tonight and The George Lopez Show)
Danny Masterson, actor (Men at Work and That ’70s Show )
Edwin McCain, musician
Craig T. Nelson, actor (Parenthood and Coach)
Terry O’Quinn, actor (LOST and Hawaii Five-O)
Michael Pena, actor (Gangster Squad and Shooter)
Joe Don Rooney, Rascal Flatts lead guitarist
Kurt Russell, actor (Tombstone and Miracle)
Wyatt Russell, actor (This is 40)
Paula Trickey, actress (Pacific Blue)
Gary Valentine, actor/comedian (King of Queens and Here Comes the Boom)
Patrick Warburton, actor (Rules of Engagement and Seinfeld)

The 2013 BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation will be played May 16-19 at Thornblade Club, Greenville Country Club’s Chanticleer course and The Reserve at Lake Keowee.

The BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation is the only tournament on the Tour where amateurs and celebrities are grouped with Tour professionals in a four-day better-ball competition over three courses. Amateurs, celebrities and pros rotate between three courses on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the 16 lowest scoring pro-amateur/pro-celebrity teams advancing to play Sunday’s final round at Thornblade Club.

Celebrities play once at each course on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Professional winner of the overall 72-hole event will take home $117,000 from the total purse of $650,000. Amateurs and celebrities compete for individual prizes and cash donations to the charity of their choice out of the beneficiaries selected by South Carolina Charities, Inc

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