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Original course rejoins BMW Charity Pro-Am golf tournament

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was among the celebrities who teed it up at Furman Golf Club last year.

The BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by Synnex Corporation will return to its roots this year when it is again played at The Cliffs Valley. On hiatus from the three-course rotation since 2008, The Cliffs Valley will join Thornblade Club and Furman University Golf Club, which debuted in the tournament last year. The popular PGA Web.com event features  amateurs and celebrities grouped with professionals, and raises money for local charities and non-profit organizations. News about the BMW Charity Pro-Am was covered in The Greenville News.

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