Buick Invitational’s Golf Ball supports local children

The Buick Invitational Golf Ball party was held Feb. 5 at Stingaree. The rain moved the event from the rooftop inside, but it didn’t stop the party.

DJ Adam Salter entertained guests and proceeds from the night benefited the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito and the Century Club of San Diego – ultimately more than 21,000 youths in north coastal San Diego.

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