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Historic gathering of LPGA legends coming to Greenwood for Pro-am

In Uncategorized on March 3, 2014 by lakelandsmemories

In conjunction with the Self Regional Healthcare Women’s Health Classic, 17 of the top names in women’s golf will assemble in Greenwood for a Pro-am on May 6. The celebrity pro-am will serve to kick off the four-day Symetra LPGA qualifying tournament that week with 144 golfers and will also raise additional funding for women’s charities in the Lakelands region of South Carolina.

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Betsy King

LPGA champion Nancy Lopez was at the Foundation’s Mid-Winter Ball on Saturday night to promote the tournament. “This will be a spectacular event for golf lovers and a great way to raise funds and awareness for women’s health in the Lakelands,” Lopez said. 

The champion women golfers slated to attend include the following: Pat Bradley, Betsy King, Beth Daniel, Meg Mallon, Jan Stephenson, Hollis Stacy, Rosie Jones, Jane Crafter, Laurie Rinker, Sheri Turner, Barb Mucha, Nancy Scranton, Cindy Figg Currier, Dede Cusimano, Dawn Coe Jones, Kris Tschetter and Cindy Rarick

“We are thrilled to be able to bring these golf legends to Greenwood to lead into our tournament,” said Jim Medford, Women’s Health Classic tournament chairperson. “This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see both the LPGA pros and the young women competing for a card on the LPGA. “

The pro-am will take place at the Links at Stoney Point on May 6. Sponsors may play with a pro for a $10,000 donation to the tournament, which includes access to exclusive VIP events and also gift cards to use in the tournament golf shop. Anyone interested in playing in the pro-am should call the Links at Stoney Point at (864) 942-0900.

In conjunction with the Self Regional Healthcare Women’s Health Classic, 17 of the top names in women’s golf will assemble in Greenwood for a Pro-am on May 6. The celebrity pro-am will serve to kick off the four-day Symetra LPGA qualifying tournament that week with 144 golfers and will also raise additional funding for women’s charities in the Lakelands region of South Carolina.

LPGA champion Nancy Lopez was at the Foundation’s Mid-Winter Ball on Saturday night to promote the tournament. “This will be a spectacular event for golf lovers and a great way to raise funds and awareness for women’s health in the Lakelands,” said Lopez.

The champion women golfers slated to attend include the following: Pat Bradley, Betsy King, Beth Daniel, Meg Mallon, Jan Stephenson, Hollis Stacy, Rosie Jones, Jane Crafter, Laurie Rinker, Sheri Turner, Barb Mucha, Nancy Scranton, Cindy Figg Currier, Dede Cusimano, Dawn Coe Jones, Kris Tschetter and Cindy Rarick.

 “We are thrilled to be able to bring these golf legends to Greenwood to lead into our tournament,” said Jim Medford, Women’s Health Classic tournament chairperson. “This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see both the LPGA pros and the young women competing for a card on the LPGA. “

The pro-am will take place at the Links at Stoney Point on May 6. Sponsors may play with a pro for a $10,000 donation to the tournament, which includes access to exclusive VIP events and also gift cards to use in the tournament golf shop. Anyone interested in playing in the pro-am should call the Links at Stoney Point at (864) 942-0900.

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