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SPORTS | Wegmans LPGA Championship 

The Wegmans LPGA Championship is back this week, featuring dozens of golfers from around the world, kicking off at Locust Hill Country Club (2000 Jefferson Road, Pittsford) on Monday, June 3, and continuing through Sunday, June 9.

Tee time on Monday is 7 a.m., and in addition to the opportunity to watch the players, a wine tasting, a sunrise walk, and beer and food tastings, other (ticketed) special events will be held throughout the week. The three rounds of the LPGA Championship will be held Thursday through Saturday. Ticket prices are $10 for practice rounds, $35 for a one-day LPGA Championship Grounds Voucher, and $60 for a one-day LPGA Championship Clubhouse Voucher, which gains you access to the grounds and the clubhouse.

Power players Morgan Pressel, lexi Thompson, Lydia Ko, and Nicole Castrale will take part in "A Conversation With Champions" panel, held at the Locust Hill Country Club Summit FCU Pavilion at noon on Wednesday, June 5. The ladies will discuss how they are pursuing their dream on and off the golf course. Tickets to this luncheon event are $50. For more information, call 427-5742, and for a complete schedule of events, visit



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