BARRINGTON, R.I. (WPRI) -- The field has been finalized for the 2012 CVS Caremark Charity Classic as five more names were announced on Tuesday.
Three-time Charity Classic champion Nick Price will be coming back to Barrington for the event. Dana Quigley and his nephew Brett Quigley will also be teeing off.
Joining them will be two more big name players from the LPGA Tour. Brittany Lincicome and Christie Kerr will join a field of seven other women's professionals making it the largest number of women to ever compete in the event.
Lincicome is returning for her second Charity Classic. Kerr will be playing her first. She currently holds titles to 14 LPGA Tour victories, including two major championships (U.S Women's Open, 2007, LPGA Championship, 2010).
Price has been a professional golfer since 1977. He has 18 PGA TOUR victories as well as four wins on the Champions Tour.
Dana Quigley is a University of Rhode Island graduate with 11 Champions Tour victories under his belt. Brett made 10 PGA TOUR starts in 2011.
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