TriState Pro-Am: 'Some big names for a first-year event'
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TriState Pro-Am: 'Some big names for a first-year event'

When D.A. Points and Luke Guthrie happened to bump into each other on the putting green at TPC Four Seasons Resort last week, the inaugural WGEM/Herald-Whig TriState Pro-Am was foremost on both their minds. “He told me he was excited to be playing,” Guthrie said. “I think everyone is.” The pro-am takes place Monday at Spring Lake Country Club with 18 professional golfers.

Aaron Likens, an ambassador for Easter Seals Midwest, spoke to members of the Hannibal Police Department, the Palmyra Police Department, the New London Police Department, Hannibal-LaGrange University Campus Police and the Marion County Ambulance District

The inaugural WGEM/Herald-Whig TriState Pro-Am takes place Monday at Spring Lake Country Club with 18 professional golfers representing the PGA Tour, the Champions Tour, the Web.com Tour and the LPGA Tour. Click through the slideshow for bios on each of the 18 pros, including Quincy's Luke Guthrie.

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