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Bradley, Andrade & Henderson Win CVS Health Charity Classic

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

 

Billy Andrade, Brooke Henderson and Keegan Bradley win the CVS Charity Classic.

Keegan Bradley, Brooke Henderson, and Billy Andrade edged out Xander Schauffele, Lexi Thompson and Joe Durant to win the CVS Health Charity Classic on Monday at Rhode Island Country Club.

For Bradley, this is his fourth straight CVS Classic win, while Andrade and Henderson have now won two straight tournaments.

The Tournament

Bradley, Henderson and Billy Andrade finished with a score of 15-under par for a total of 127 overall.

Schauffele, Thompson, and Durant finished just one stroke back at 14-under par for a total of 128.

Tournament newcomer Rory McIlroy teamed with tournament co-host Brad Faxon and LPGA Tour star So Yeon Ryu to shoot an 8-under par 134 to finish in last place.

“Obviously, this means a lot to the people here. Look, I’m happy to help, I’m happy to be here, I’m happy to be involved and I had a great time,” said McIlroy after his round.

The CVS Classic has raised more than $21 million over the last 19 years. 

 

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