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Photo Blog: 49ers-Giants Charity Shoot-out

Posted by Alex Espinoza on February 6, 2013 – 3:57 PM

Members of the San Francisco 49ers and San Francisco Giants competed at Pebble Beach Golf Links for charity on Tuesday in the Chevron Charity Shoot-out.

Dwight Clark, Brent Jones, Steve Bono and Harris Barton represented the 49ers, while Matt Cain, Mike Krukow, Will Clark, Dave Flemming, Bruce Bochy, Dave Righetti, J.T. Snow and Ryan Vogelsong played for the Giants. In all, the 49ers raised $45,000 for the 49ers Foundation, while the Giants raised $55,000 for the Giants Community Fund.

Click here to view a photo gallery of the 2013 event and click here to look back at last year’s shoot-out, which featured Jim Harbaugh and Jerry Rice.

Barton and Bono also raised $20,000 for Breakthrough and Narconon Drug Prevention & Education by winning the second hole of the five-hole shootout. The next three holes were halved on an alternate-shot format, but Snow and Vogelsong ultimately won the tie-breaking chip-off on No. 18 to earn $30,000 for Sun Street Centers.

The following charities were also awarded $1,000 each: Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Legal Services for Seniors, Monterey County Film Commission, Second Harvest Santa Cruz County, Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life Project.

[PHOTO: Dwight Clark donned a vintage 49ers helmet before hitting his drive from the tee on the first hole.]

[PHOTO: Brent Jones and Harris Barton enjoy the picturesque Pebble Beach Golf Links with a caddy.]

[PHOTO: Giants broadcaster Mike Krukow helps Giants pitcher Matt Cain line up a putt.]

[PHOTO: Steve Bono signs autographs for 49ers Faithful in attendance.]

[PHOTO: Dwight Clark and Steve Bono celebrate an awesome shot by Bono]

[PHOTO: Harris Barton tees off on No. 18.]


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3 Responses to “Photo Blog: 49ers-Giants Charity Shoot-out”

  1. By Roger Goodell on Feb 9, 2013 | Reply

    What is this? Interaction with other leagues? I will not have it! Execute all in attendance.

  2. By matthew on Feb 9, 2013 | Reply


  3. By Thom on Feb 11, 2013 | Reply

    So you had sports stars (the 49ers) playing against guys who get paid for a past-time. Baseball is NOT a sport, it’s a past-time. These guys get paid millions of dollars to stand around in a field or sit on a bench for 95% of their “sport.” It sickens my soul to think about it….

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