It’s a three-peat: Bradley, Andrade, Henderson win CVS Health Charity Classic

CVS Health Charity Classic

BARRINGTON, R.I. (WPRI) — For the third year in a row, the trio of Keegan Bradley, co-host Billy Andrade and Brooke Henderson won the CVS Health Charity Classic shooting a -15 for a one-shot win. It’s the 5th consecutive win for Bradley at the CVS who is also coming of a second place finish at the Traveler’s Championship in Connecticut on Sunday.

The tandem of Lexi Thompson, Darren Clarke and Kevin Kisner finished second.

With pristine conditions at Rhode Island Country club and very little wind coming off Narragansett Bay, players were able to hit birdies and pars for much of the day. 

Some of the biggest names in golf teed off for a good cause Monday morning in Barrington.

The 20th Annual CVS Health Charity Classic, co-hosted by local golf pros Brad Faxon and Billy Andrade, is being held at Rhode Island Country Club. The event brings thousands of people to the Ocean State each year.

The festivities got underway last Thursday with Crave RI, a two-day food and beverage festival in downtown Providence, followed by the Pepsi Celebrity Pro-Am on Sunday.

This year’s tournament includes six PGA Tour pros, six LPGA Tour pros, and six PGA Tour champions playing in groups of three. Full list »

Pro Golf in RI!! The 21st CVS Health Charity Classic is Today in Barrington!

Posted by WPRI 12 on Monday, June 24, 2019

CVS Health Charity Classic—Monday, June 24

  • 8 a.m. Gates Open | Rhode Island Country Club
  • 9:45 a.m. First Professional Tee Time
  • 10:45 a.m. All Kids Can Three-Hole Challenge presented by Kimberly-Clark
  • 2:45 p.m. 18 Green Awards Ceremony

WPRI 12 and Fox Providence are once again proud media partners of the CVS Health Charity Classic.

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