The LPGA Road Trip Driven by Monaco RV/Alliance Coach made a stop at the Caring Hands Ministry, a project of the First Baptist Church in Wildwood, Florida, Tuesday. LPGA Tour player Meredith Duncan toured the facility and helped volunteers distribute clothing and food packages to those in need. Duncan, who is known on the LPGA Tour for her kind, good-natured personality and sense of humor, spent the day visiting with families and sharing holiday smiles with the children. Caring Hands Ministry provides food and clothing to families needing assistance the second and fourth Tuesday of every month.
Duncan, who also spent time behind the wheel of the state-of-the-art RV, will join the LPGA Road Trip for its final stop at the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship next week. Duncan will compete in the 120-player field which includes the top nine players in the Rolex Rankings.
The LPGA Road Trip Driven by Monaco RV/Alliance Coach is a fully integrated Mobile Marketing/Media Tour that will make stops at several events throughout the state of Florida. The LPGA Tour Championship is the final tournament on the 2010 LPGA Tour schedule. The top 120 LPGA Professionals will compete for a total purse of $1.5 million and a first-place prize of $225,000 at Grand Cypress Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. The tournament will air on Golf Channel December 2-5, 2010.
The LPGA Road Trip Driven by Monaco RV / Alliance Coach also is being supported by LPGA and LPGA Tour Championship partners including Pepsi, Blue Diamond Almonds, Choice Hotels and Florida's Natural® Brand.
Topics: Duncan, Meredith