PGA pros spread cheer at area hospital

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Updated: 7/30/2014 1:35 pm
RENO, Nev. ( & KRNV) -- Instead of taking their swings at Montreux, some PGA pros took their swings in the hospital Wednesday morning.

Robert Allenby and Jonathan Byrd, both from the Barracuda Championship, drove the hallways and chipped from the nurse's station at Renown's Children's Hospital. The PGA pros make the trip to put smiles on the faces of children receiving treatment -- and cracked a few smiles of their own in doing so.

"I think because in certain peoples eyes, we (as professional golfers) are on TV a lot and we have amazing careers and amazing jobs... just to be able to give back just a little bit -- there is no reason why everybody can't give back something in the world," said PGA golfer, Robert Allenby.

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