As Tim Brown seeks to be the latest Golden Domer to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Fightin’ Irish fans everywhere will reminisce on the glory days of the 80’s. Arguably the best wide receiver to don blue and gold, Brown will look to join fellow Notre Dame legend Joe Montana in the Hall of Fame, who was inducted in 2000, when the 2015 class is announced on January 31, the day before the Super Bowl.
While fans will undoubtedly be rooting for Brown to be the latest Irish player inducted into the prestigious Hall, they also have the unique opportunity to challenge Tim to a round of 18 holes. IfOnly, a company that provides rare experiences benefiting worthy causes, has put together this package to play with Brown at the Cowboys Golf Club in Dallas, TX, the first ever NFL-themed golf course. Bring along two fellow Irish fans to join Tim on the course, then have some lunch at the club and receive hand-signed and personalized footballs from the wide receiver, all benefiting 911 For Kids. If you’re not the golfer type, there is unique hand-signed memorabilia from Brown on IfOnly as well, including autographed footballs, helmets, jerseys, and photographs.
Similarly, IfOnly features a private golf outing experience Joe Montana at The Grand Del Mar in San Diego, which benefits the Four Rings Montana Family Foundation. Along with a day of golfing with quite possibly the NFL’s greatest quarterback of all-time, the package includes a breakfast and lunch at the country club, personalized and hand-signed football from Joe, and a photo with the legend. Irish fans would certainly never forget such a day. IfOnly provides other ways to engage with Joe outside of meeting him in person, with personalized video and audio messages.
Justin Tuck joins Brown and Montana as former Irish football greats who currently play or did play their professional career in the Bay Area that are featured on IfOnly. The current defensive end for the Oakland Raiders is available on the site to provide personalized and hand-signed 20×24 photographs to fans, benefiting his charity Rush for Literacy.
So as you cheer on Brown to be the latest Irish inductee in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, keep in mind there are multiple ways to connect with the star, whether it be playing a round of golf or simply receiving some autographed memorabilia, perfect for any Irish man cave.