PGA Tour Wives Raise Money for Charity at Honda Classic
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PGA Tour Wives Raise Money For Charity at Honda ClassicThe PGA Tour Wives Association competed in a nine-hole scramble for charity Tuesday at PGA National. While Liz Estes played, her husband, Bob, served as her caddie.
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"Depends on how many beers," said Brenda Calcavecchia of Mark's Calcavecchia's skills as a caddie.
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Sara Holmes, wife of J.B. Holmes, didn't hit the ball quite as far as her husband.
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The tournament raised nearly $100,000 for charity.
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Chen didn't have much luck off the tee.
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Leot Chen, a friend of Vaughn Taylor, did her own version of Camilo Villegas's Spider-Man pose.
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D.A. Points went to retrieve the ball as his wife, Lori, celebrated with Bob and Liz Estes.
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Will MacKenzie helped his wife, Alli, on the practice green.
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His sombrero didn't stay on.
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Estes adjusted his sombrero before he played a shot for his wife.
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Liz Estes gave some extra effort off the tee.
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"We're on the road 30 to 35 weeks a year and the road becomes our home," said Amy Wilson, the wife of 2007 Honda champion Mark Wilson and the president of the PGA Tour Wives Association. "The PGA Tour gives so much back through each tournament through charities, and we get to mirror that and help in our own way too. And through the connections we have through our husbands, we can open doors."
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