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Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational


The biggest stars in sports and entertainment took over Las Vegas this week as the highly anticipated Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational (DJCI) returned to the exclusive Shadow Creek golf course for the fourth consecutive year. The three-day event, hosted by the award-winning ARIA Resort & Casino, contributed more than $1 million to Derek Jeter's Turn 2 Foundation.

Ray Allen, Jerome Bettis, Joey Fatone, Luis Fonsi, Ken Griffey Jr., Tino Martinez, Bode Miller, Haley-Joel Osment, Jorge Posada, Gary Sheffield and Paige Spiranac were among the many high-profile celebrities who hit the links to support Turn 2's mission of motivating young people to lead healthy, successful lives.

"As we close out our fourth year in Las Vegas, I'd like to thank our friends, partners, sponsors and supporters for once again joining us for such a fantastic week," said Derek Jeter, who created the Turn 2 Foundation in 1996. "The funds contributed to Turn 2 this year are invaluable, and will allow us to provide so many young people with the tools they need to excel in school, serve as leaders in their communities, and accomplish their dreams. The tremendous support we receive each year is a major factor in the continued success of this event, and that is something I am truly grateful for."

Check out more from the 2018 Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational: Recap | Photo Gallery



A look back at past golf events:

2017: Photo Gallery | Recap

2016: Highlights | Photo Gallery | Recap

2015: Highlights | Photo Gallery | Recap

2014: Highlights | Photo Gallery | Recap

2013: Highlights | Photo Gallery | Recap

2012: Highlights | Photo Gallery | Recap

2011: Highlights | Boyz II Men perform | Photo Gallery

2010: Highlights | Auction | Joss Stone performs | Photo Gallery

2009: Highlights | Auction



Since its launch in 1996, the Turn 2 Foundation has awarded more than $23 million to create and support signature programs that motivate young people to turn away from drugs and alcohol and "Turn 2" healthy lifestyles. Learn more »


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