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The First Tee at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

“The greatest show on grass” also has some of the greatest youth in golf. The Waste Management Phoenix Open, hosted by the Thunderbirds charities, helps local youth in the area. The First Tee of Phoenix is a beneficiary of the event and a number of The First Tee participants were invited to be at the tournament.

Among those chosen was Taylor Harvey, a six-year participant from The First Tee of Phoenix who got to caddie for the 2014 champion Billy Horshel.

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