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 Playoff finish with Bill Haas and tournament co-host Billy Andrade excites fans


BARRINGTON, R.I. (June 28, 2016) – New England-natives Jon Curran and Keegan Bradley became the second team in CVS Health Charity Classic history to successfully defend their title and repeat as Charity Classic champions. The other team to accomplish this feat was Steve Stricker and Bo Van Pelt in 2013 and 2014.


The team of Curran/Bradley made birdie on 17 to move to -18 and tie Bill Haas and Billy Andrade for the lead, forcing a one hole playoff after Haas/Andrade failed to birdie 18. The two teams returned to the 18th tee for the first playoff hole, with Curran/Bradley making a birdie to win the trophy. This marks only the fourth playoff in Charity Classic history, with the last occurrence in 2006 between eventual winners Nick Price and Tim Clark and tournament co-host Brad Faxon and Mike Weir.


Three teams were tied for third at 16-under-par; Louis Oosthuizen/Branden Grace, Chris Kirk/Steve Stricker and Jason Bohn/Kevin Kisner.


Final standings from the 2016 CVS Health Charity Classic are as follows:


Place        Team                                                                      Score                              Money

P1              Jon Curran/Keegan Bradley                              63 – 61  124 (-18)           $300,000

P2              Bill Haas/Billy Andrade                                       62 – 62  124 (-18)           $200,000

T3              Louis Oosthuizen/Branden Grace                    65 – 61  126 (-16)           $150,000

T3              Chris Kirk/Steve Stricker                                     65 – 61  126 (-16)           $150,000

T3              Jason Bohn/Kevin Kisner                                   64 – 62  126 (-16)           $150,000

T6              Paula Creamer/Jason Dufner                           65 – 64  129 (-13)           $117,500

T6              Lexi Thompson/Bryson DeChambeau            62 – 67  129 (-13)           $117,500

T8              Brooke Henderson/Jamie Sadlowski              68 – 63  131 (-11)           $107,500

T8              Tony Finau/Billy Horschel                                    68 – 63  131 (-11)           $107,500

10              Morgan Pressel/Brad Faxon                               68 – 65  133   (-9)           $100,000



Steve Stricker won Tuesday’s closest-to-the-pin contest with a distance of 2’10” on hole 17, earning $25,000 for City Year, the tournament’s charity partner with which he was paired.


Charity Miles Program

The CVS Health Charity Classic’s Charity Miles campaign, sponsored by Aon Hewitt, was back this year. The campaign encouraged fans to download the Charity Miles app and earn money for their designated charity while walking, running and biking. So far this month, fans have logged more than 313,000 miles.


Celebrity Group

Tuesday’s Celebrity Group featured Andre Tippett, former New England Patriots linebacker and NFL Hall of Fame member, Charles Kelley, lead singer and founding member of seven-time GRAMMY award-winning group Lady Antebellum and Tim Wakefield, former Red Sox player and two-time world champion. Each of them played on behalf of a nonprofit, with the following results: :


Place     Name                       Charitable Organization                       Amount

1             Charles Kelley        Lady Aid                                                     $7,500

2             Tim Wakefield         Red Sox Foundation                               $5,000

3             Andre Tippett           New England Patriots Foundation       $2,500



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