FALMOUTH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Few people can justifiably be called a living "legend." Several of them will be in Southern Maine for the second straight year.
Some of the greatest names in the history of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour will play at Falmouth Country Club for the second straight year as members of the LPGA Legends Tour.
For native New Englander Pat Bradley (Vermont), playing in the tour means a great deal to her, especially with this week's event close to home.
"Oh it means a lot. It keeps our dream alive. We're still able to contribute to charities, which we have been doing for most of our career, and you know, we're reconnecting with a lot of players that, you know, we might not have had that chance and of course we're reconnecting with our fans," Bradley said.
Day tow will have another pro-am followed by 18 holes on Saturday and another 18 for Sunday's final round.