Making the Cut

More than 400 people donated their hair to make wigs for women fighting cancer on Wednesday at the Pantene Beautiful Lengths event at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G. LPGA player Jane Rah and caddie Kurt Moskaly were among those who had their hair cut at the seventh annual event at the LPGA’s stop in Northwest Arkansas.

LPGA stars Mina Harigae, Jennifer Johnson, Brittany Lang, Sarah Jane Smith, Brittany Lincicome, Azahara Munoz, Morgan Pressel, Beatriz Recari, Yani Tseng and Wendy Ward, as well as LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan, offered their services as haircutters.

“I knew about the event last year, but I didn’t have long enough hair so I kept it in mind all year,” said Jane Rah. “I did not expect the event to be so big. It was amazing to see the whole community come out and support such a great cause.”

In addition to Wednesday night’s participants, 100 donors cut their hair prior to the event, taking the total number of donations to more than 400, a record number for the event. The first-ever Pantene Beautiful Lengths event in Northwest Arkansas in 2007 had only eight participants. This year, every school in the Northwest Arkansas region was represented from students ranging from five to 18.

Topics: Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, Outside the Ropes

A look at the Pantene Beautiful Lengths event

Over 400 people volunteered to cut their hair at the Pantene Beautiful Lengths event this week with some of our players and caddies involved too.

Making the Cut: Photos of Pantene Beautiful Lengths 2013 Event

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