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Morning & Afternoon Shotgun Winners Announced


BARRINGTON, R.I. (June 24, 2018) – Some of the world’s greatest golfers and New England legends teed off at Rhode Island Country Club on Sunday, June 24 at the 20th anniversary of the CVS Health Charity Classic.


The Pepsi Celebrity Pro-Am brought out some of the biggest name in New England sports to Rhode Island Country Club. The morning shotgun field consisted of former New England Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest, PGA TOUR Champion Dana Quigley and former New England Patriots cornerback Ty Law.


Additional celebrities that teed up for the afternoon round included former New England Patriots placekicker Jay Feely, Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy and LPGA Tour star and defending CVS Health Charity Classic Champion Brooke Henderson.


Pro-Am results are as follows:


Morning Shotgun Champions

Bob Izzo, Tony Vertuca, Dave Breitmayer, Arden Costen and Lou Merloni


Afternoon Shotgun Champions

Christian Felli, Steve Rowles, Gerry Brito, Tobey Lombardi and Jay Feely


Gates open at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 25 for the 20th anniversary of the CVS Health Charity Classic. Single day tickets for the 2018 CVS Health Charity Classic are now on sale at for $20 each or available for purchase at the gate. Children 12 and under are free with a ticketed adult. The CVS Health Charity Classic is honoring veterans by offering complimentary admission to Rhode Island Country Club for the golf tournament for all active, reserve and retired Military Service Members and their dependents. Veterans simply present a valid Common Access Card or Retired Military Card at the gate. First responders and their families also receive free admission with a valid ID. For additional information on tickets, fans can call 866-CVS-9441 or visit








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