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Thursday: See bay area's pro golfers compete to raise money for First Tee of Tampa Bay

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Battle at the Babe

When/where: 10 a.m. today, shotgun start; Babe Zaharias Golf Course, 11412 N Forest Hills Drive, Tampa

Format: One male and one female golfer form a team and play a best-ball format

Cost: Spectator badges $10

Charity: All proceeds go to the First Tee of Tampa Bay and other junior golf programs

Professionals: Brittany Lincicome, Cindy LaCrosse, Kris Tamulis, Gary Koch, John Huston, T.J. Heidel, Brad Brunner, Sally Dee

Contact: Babe Zaharias Golf Course, (813) 631-4374

Thursday: See bay area's pro golfers compete to raise money for First Tee of Tampa Bay 12/26/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 26, 2012 11:44pm]
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