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Snow golf raises money to end domestic abuse

8:20 PM, Jan. 20, 2013
Patrick Brayer of Marshfield hits a tennis ball while playing snow golf at the Marshfield Country Club on Saturday during the Help End Domestic Abuse event.
Patrick Brayer of Marshfield hits a tennis ball while playing snow golf at the Marshfield Country Club on Saturday during the Help End Domestic Abuse event.
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As the sun warmed their backs and melted the snow Saturday, Patrick Brayer and brothers Tom and Dick Wojcik took turns whacking bright green tennis balls with their five-iron golf clubs, attempting to play a four-hole course at the Marshfield County Club during the annual fundraiser, Help End Domestic Abuse.

The event raises money for local agencies that provide support and services to victims of domestic violence.

Their reward for scattering tennis balls across the course was the satisfaction of raising money for a good cause, the men said. They joked and bantered back and forth about each ...

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