Some of Orange County’s most notable business and philanthropic figures are seeking golfers for their 2nd Annual I Padrini Di Antonello Charity Golf Classic, a daylong series of events that include 18 holes on the green, lunch, 3-course dinner, live entertainment, awards and both live and silent auctions. All activities will take place at Oak Creek Golf Course (1 Golf Club Drive) in Irvine on Friday, May 19. Registration starts at 10 a.m., scramble/best ball golf at 12:30 p.m. and, for non-golfers, cocktails/auction/dinner at 5 p.m. Cost is $400 for all day participation and $150 for evening festivities only. All proceeds will benefit several children’s charities. “Last year’s tournament was such a success that we decided to organize one this year,” said event chair Robert Venezia. Added co-chair Alan Caouette, “This is a top-notch event that we hope will attract golfers of all ages and abilities as well as non-golfers who want to enjoy dinner, live entertainment and the other festivities planned for the evening.” Among the other notables involved are Paul Musco, founder, and president of Gemini Industries; business tycoon Dick Marconi, who owns the Marconi Automotive Museum; and restaurateur Antonio Cagnolo, chef/owner of Antonello Ristorante, Quattro Caffe and Antonello Espresso Bar, all located at South Coast Plaza properties. For more information or to register to attend the 2nd Annual I Padrini Di Antonello Charity Golf Classic, visit email@example.com or call 949-290-7874 or 714-928-1223.