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Inkster to Play Handa Cup
Hall of Famer and 31-time LPGA Tour winner Juli Inkster will return to Old Waverly Golf Club this fall for the Legends Tour’s 2014 ISPS Handa Cup. Inkster won the 1999 U.S. Women’s Open at Old Waverly for one of her seven major championship titles.
The ninth ISPS Handa Cup will be staged September 25-28. The World Team defeated Team U.S.A. for the first time last year with a 27-21 victory. Inkster was a member of nine U.S. Solheim Cup Teams, an international team match-play event that pits the top American LPGA players against Europe’s top women professionals. The Californian recently was named as the captain of the 2015 U.S. Solheim Cup Team.
 

Arizona area Legends hope to finish on top at Walgreens event

(SUN CITY WEST, ARIZ.) - Sisters Danielle and Dina Ammaccapane, who have family roots in the Greater Phoenix area, hope to be among nine Legends Tour players with Arizona ties contending at this year’s third annual Walgreens Charity Classic. To be staged May 3-4, at Grandview Golf Course in Sun City West, Ariz., the 36-hole stroke-play event will feature a field of 48 Legends Tour players competing for a $225,000 purse.

“This is an exciting event for us because we get to play in front of our family and friends who have supported us throughout our careers,” said Danielle Ammaccapane, 47, winner of eight LPGA tournaments and a former collegian at Arizona State University, who is in the field. While Danielle is already in the tournament field, sister Dina will compete in the local qualifier to earn a spot in the event. The qualifier is set for 8 a.m., May 2, at Grandview Golf Course, with nearly a dozen players hoping to win the final tournament entry. Arizona resident Lori Atsedes also hopes to get into the event through the qualifier.

Other Arizona residents already in the field include Shelley Hamlin, Christa Johnson, Anne Marie Palli, Cindy Rarick, Tina Tombs and Sherri Turner.

Four-time Legends Tour champion Christa Johnson looks forward to playing in her second Walgreens Charity Classic at Grandview. Although she missed last year, Johnson posted a T7 finish in 2012 and her Tucson roots could help her go low in the desert.
Fan favorite Cindy Rarick, who has one victory and 13 top ten finishes on The Legends Tour, will bring her A-game to Sun City West for the 3rd annual Walgreens Charity Classic. Born in Minnesota but now a resident of Tucson, AZ, this 5-time LPGA Tour champion will be ready to play!
Turner's Turn?
Three-time Legends Tour champion Sherri Turner will tee it up in at the Walgreens Charity Classic on May 3-4. She is one of nine Legends from Arizona who will be contending for the season-opening title in the 48-player field.
 

Legendary Golfers and Legendary Care
LPGA Legends team up to support Indiana’s biggest name in children’s healthcare

The Legends Tour, in partnership with French Lick Resort and Riley Children's Foundation, announces its return to the Indiana resort's Pete Dye course for the 2nd annual Legends Championship to be played August 15-17.
--Official Press Release
--Rosie Jones Statement (Video)
--Two-time Pediatric Cancer Survivor Ashtyn Brown (Video)
--Check Presentation (Video)

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