2012 CVS Charity Classic: Morgan Pressel, Jay Haas Win At 21-Under-Par

The team of Morgan Pressel and Jay Haas took home the victory on Tuesday at the 2012 CVS Caremark Charity Classic at Rhode Island Country Club in Barrington, RI.

Pressel and Haas began the day tied for the tournament lead and moved to 21-under-par for the tournament by the end of their 12-under-par round for the victory. Pressel is the first woman to be on the winning team at the Classic.

Here's the final scoreboard:

Morgan Pressel / Jay Haas -21
Alexis Thompson / Corey Pavin -19
Suzann Pettersen / Fred Funk -19
Brittany Lincicome / Brett Quigley -17
Billy Andrade / Brad Faxon -16
Lorena Ochoa / Mark Calcavecchia -16
Yani Tseng / Jeff Sluman -16
Cristie Kerr / John Cook -15
Juli Inkster / Dana Quigley -14
Annika Sorenstam / Peter Jacobsen -5

Billy Andrade won $25,000 for Special Olympics Rhode Island for hitting the ball the closest to the hole on 17th hole (Best Ball prize) on Tuesday.

For more on the CVS Caremark Charity Classic, visit the tournament's website.

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