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PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla (CBS12) The LPGA will tee off their season in about a week and a half, which made Sunday’s turnout at PGA national even more impressive. Some of the best female golfers in the game teed off at the the 11th annual Prader-Willi Classic to help find a cure for Prader-Willi Syndrome.
PWS is a rare genetic disorder that never allows those who suffer from it to feel full, no matter how much they eat. Proceeds from the golf event will benefit The Prader-Willi Research Fellowship at The Scripps Research Institute, Florida in honor of Josilyn Faith Levine and Harold Wilkinson IV, who both suffer from the disease.
Click on the video link to hear from Levine and some of her LPGA friends.
Monday, January 19 2015, 12:25 AM EST