Ten players of interest to watch with return of BMW Charity Pro-Am

The BMW Charity Pro-Am returns once again starting Thursday after the PGA Tour’s developmental Korn Ferry Tour event was cancelled last summer due to the pandemic.

The tour’s lone event that pairs amateurs, including celebrities, with the professionals will continue using the two-course format it changed to in the last tournament in 2019. The event had utilized three venues for most of a history that began using the current formula in 2001 when Anderson native and former Clemson star Jonathan Byrd won. Greer’s Thornblade Club will continue to serve as the host course while The Cliffs Valley will also be played.

Actor Anthony Anderson and comedians Cedric the Entertainer and Larry the Cable Guy join former baseball stars Ken Griffey Jr., Roger Clemens and Ozzie Smith in headlining the celebrities.

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