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Golf tournament raises $1.5 million for charity

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CROMWELL — Travelers says the just concluded Travelers Championship golf tournament in Cromwell generated more than $1.5 million for charity.

The tournament provides 100 percent of its net proceeds to non-profit organizations throughout New England. The cornerstone charity is the The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a residential summer camp for children with cancer and other serious illnesses.

But, more than 140 charities will see some type of windfall from the tournament.

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The Travelers Championship has generated more than $9 million for over 500 charities since Travelers became the title sponsor in 2007.

Bubba Watson won the tournament on Sunday in a playoff with Paul Casey. Watson also won the Travelers in 2010.

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