NAPLES, FL. (December 3, 2018) – Davis Love III has withdrawn from this week’s QBE Shootout and will be replaced by Brian Harman, who will be paired with Patton Kizzire.
Love’s mother has been in the critical care unit at the Brunswick, GA hospital the last week and is currently in stable condition.
This will be Harman’s second appearance in the QBE Shootout. Last year, he and Pat Perez finished third.
The QBE Shootout will once again feature a scramble format during the first round, a modified alternate shot format on Saturday and a final-round four-ball on Sunday.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is the tournament’s primary charitable beneficiary. Since 1989, the Shootout has raised more than $13 million for charitable causes.
Tickets are currently on sale with prices starting at $30 for grounds tickets. Popular hospitality venues, the Naples Beach Brew House and Greg Norman Estates Shark Club are available for $90 and $300, respectively.
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