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Morgan Pressel Recognized For Charitable Contributions

Morgan Pressel lost her mother to breast cancer when she was just 15 years old. Since then, raising money to fight the disease has been a cause near and dear to her heart and one she’s approached head-on since turning pro.

On Monday, Pressel was chosen to receive the Golf Writers Association of America’s Charlie Bartlett Award, which is given to a player who contributes to the betterment of society through charitable giving.

In the last seven years alone, Pressel has helped raise more than $4 million. 

“I am truly humbled to be selected to receive the Bartlett Award this year,” Pressel said in a press release. “To know that I will be joining an amazing group of individuals who have received this award before me is a great honor.” 

Pressel will receive the award on April 8th in Augusta. 

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