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  • Writer's pictureSally Dee

Top LPGA Legends Tee off for a Charitable Cause, Raise Funds for Moore-Myers Children's Fund

Updated: Jul 19, 2023

St. Augustine, FL, (May 31, 2023) - Get ready for an exciting three-day golf event that will make a difference in the lives of children! The Legends Play for Moore-Myers Children’s Fund is happening on July 11 and 12, 2023, with a Junior Golf Clinic on July 10 from 10-11:30 am. Held at the stunning St John’s Golf & Country Club in St. Augustine, this tournament brings together some of the most talented players in the Legends of the LPGA.


The first day of the event is the Pro-Am, where amateurs will have the chance to team up with a Legends player and compete in a scramble format. On day two, it's all about the competition as 24 Legends players battle it out for 18 holes. With a whopping $10,000 prize up for grabs, you can expect some fierce competition and great shot-making.


Not only will this tournament showcase incredible golfing talent, but it's also for a great cause. The Moore-Myers Children’s Fund aims to provide kids with lifelong skills and benefits, and this event will contribute to their mission.


“Being a part of raising monies to change children’s lives makes me proud to be a part of the Legends Tour. Playing at St. John’s Golf & Country Club will make the event an even more momentous occasion. I can’t wait,” said three-time US Open Women’s Champion Hollis Stacy.


St. John’s Golf & Country Club is managed by Indigo Sports, a Troon Company, and features an 18-hole Clyde Johnston-designed golf course. Troon is a proud supporter of this important cause and the Legends of the LPGA.


“Troon is pleased to support programs that advance and grow the game, including women’s golf on every level,” said Troon President and CEO Tim Schantz. “And we are thrilled to be a part of promoting the legacy of these great Legends of the LPGA.”


So far, the lineup includes golfing legends like Hollis Stacy, Michelle McGann, Rosie Jones, Laura Diaz, and our local Legends Hall of Famer, Nancy Scranton. A total of 24 Golf Legends will play. You can still grab your chance to play in the Pro-Am and team up with a Legend by contacting Cathy Harbin at cathyharbin@oncourseops.com or 904-669-4919.


Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind tournament that combines some of the greatest golfers making a positive impact in the community.


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About the Legends of the LPGA The Legends of the LPGA is the official senior tour of the LPGA providing competitive opportunities for LPGA Tour professionals and eligible amateurs age 45 and over. The tour was founded in 2000 by twenty-five veteran LPGA Tour professionals with the goal of continuing to showcase the talents of some of the greatest women golfers of all time. Legends of the LPGA members, including 15 LPGA and World Golf Hall of Fame members, have combined for over 750 LPGA Tour victories, including eighty-four major championships. Legends of the LPGA has helped raise nearly $24 million for charity. For more information on the Legends of the LPGA, visit, http://www.legendsofthelpga.com or follow the Legends on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @legendsofthelpga.


About Moore-Myers

The Moore-Myers Children's Fund began in 2014 and was inspired by two women who gave their lives to make other lives better, especially children. Annie Mildred Moore was a mother, teacher, and passionate golfer. Jessie Mae Myers was a mother, entrepreneur, and mentor to many. t is because of these two women that their children, Dr. Justine Redding (daughter of Annie M. Moore) and Richard Blackston (son of Jessie M. Myers), want to help lift children up through golf and mentoring. For more information, please visit https://moore-myers.org/.



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