LPGA players "make cut," donate hair for charity

Beautiful Lengths
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LPGA professionals donated locks of their hair Friday night to cancer survivors.
By Mark Aumann
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Saturday, June 28, 2014 | 12:32 p.m.

"Making the cut" is always a good thing in professional golf, especially when it benefits cancer survivors.

Earlier this week, five LPGA players -- Tiffany Joh, Stacey Keating, Megan McChrystal, Jacqui Concolino and Cindy LaCrosse -- and LPGA senior media coordinator Meghan Flanagan participated in the "Pantene Beautiful Lengths" event at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G, donating locks of their hair to be used to make wigs for women battling cancer.

Hundreds of people turned out to help the cause, and as you'll see by the video, the emotions ranged from nervousness to relief:

 

 

Having your long hair chopped off isn't always an easy decision, but these golfers decided to do it for a great reason -- and should feel proud for doing their part.