Tuesday, September 12, 2000

LPGA players hold pro-am Oct. 2

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Two-dozen LPGA players will participate in the second annual Ethicon Endo-Surgery LPGA Pink Ribbon Pro-Am and free junior clinic Oct. 2 at the Golf Center at Kings Island.

        The LPGA contingent includes Hall of Famers Amy Alcott and Kathy Whitworth and Middletown native Marianne Morris.

        The event, which raised $75,000 last year, benefits the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Juniors 7 to 17 can register for the free clinic 4-5:30 p.m. Oct. 2 by calling 1-800-423-9870.

        • The second annual Kelly's Classic is Sept. 22 at Walden Ponds Golf Club. The event benefits the Kelly Clark Foundation, a home away from home for families of patients at Ohio State Hospitals.

        Among the prizes are a round of golf for three at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, and a round of golf with Jack Nicklaus II.

        For more information: www.kellysplace.org.


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