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The Immokalee Foundation golf tournament

See larger Jean Hertzog, back, of Naples, and Terry-Jo Myers, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, watch as Shirley Hubers, front, of Naples, putts during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Jean Hertzog, back, of Naples, and Terry-Jo Myers, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, watch as Shirley Hubers, front, of Naples, putts during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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  • Michael Bradley, right, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, helps Erial Perez, 14, of Immokalee, improve her golf swing during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Karen Biegel, center, of Fort Myers, reacts with Mike Boose, second from right, of Naples, and T.J. Naik, right, of Estero, after almost sinking a putt during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Kyle Reifers, a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, tees off during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Jean Hertzog, back, of Naples, and Terry-Jo Myers, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, watch as Shirley Hubers, front, of Naples, putts during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Kathy Pavlish, Sue Culver, Curt Culver, all of Naples, chat Kyle Reifers, right, a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Garrett Kletjian, of Hingham, Mass., tees off during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Michael Bradley, left, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, fist bumps Erial Perez, 14, of Immokalee, after she sank her putt for birdie during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Alex Galvan, 17, of Immokalee, competes in the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Alex Galvan, 17, Gerardo Lugo, 14, Johnnie Gonzales, 20, all of Immokalee, and Michael Bradley, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, take a break during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Terry-Jo Myers, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, putts during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Charity Gonzales, 14, Gerardo Lugo, 14, Alex Galvan, 17, and Johnnie Gonzales, 20, all of Immokalee, inspect a Jaguar being given away during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Michael Bradley, right, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, shakes hands with Erial Perez, 14, of Immokalee, after finishing the last hole during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Russel Knox, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, competes in the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Curt Culver, of Naples, and teammate of Kyle Reifers, not pictured, a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, tees off during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday morning. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Michael Bradley, right, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, shakes hands with Gerardo Lugo, 14, of Immokalee, after finishing the last hole during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Alex Galvan, 17, Erial Perez, 14, and Charity Gonzales, 14, all of Immokalee share a joke as they enter the home stretch of the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Michael Bradley, a professional golfer on the PGA tour, Gerardo Lugo, 14, of Immokalee, and Alex Galvan, 17, also of Immokalee, golf together during the 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday afternoon. Monday's tournament, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life stills. Tristan Spinski/Staff

The 2011 Charity Classic Pro-Am Golf Tournament at Bay Colony in North Naples on Monday, coupled with a charity fundraising dinner over the weekend, raised $1.56 million for the Immokalee Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of children in Immokalee through education, vocation and life skills.

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