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GREENSBORO — With no spectators allowed at Sedgefield this week, the Wyndham Championship has come up with new ways to raise money for some of its signature charities.

Every year since 2014, the Wyndham has donated at least $100,000 split among four programs — Greensboro’s BackPack Beginnings and the Out of the Garden Project, Winston-Salem’s Forsyth Backpack Program and the United Way of Greater High Point — that fight child hunger in the Triad.

This year, the city’s 81st PGA Tour event has added two new ways those programs can benefit.

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