Golfer earns PGA Tour card a year after putting career on hold to help wife battle cancer

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Golfer earns PGA Tour card a year after putting career on hold to help wife battle cancer

Scott Harrington, who put his golf career on hold last year as his wife battled cancer, earned his PGA Tour card in an emotional moment Sunday.

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Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019. 

That’s a date pro golfer Scott Harrington and his wife, Jenn, will never forget. Because on Sunday the two celebrated a huge moment that meant so much more to them considering everything they’ve been through the past few years.

Harrington earned his PGA Tour card Sunday by finishing in the top 25 of the Korn Ferry Tour money list. At 38 years old, this is the first time he’s achieved his dream of playing on the biggest tour in all of golf.

And it comes a year after he put his career on hold to care for his wife, who was battling cancer.

Now, Jenn’s cancer is in remission. And her husband’s dream has come true, which he accomplished in dramatic fashion down the stretch Sunday before making things official with a tap-in…

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