Wacky golfwear par for course at Belly Up bash

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The Belly Up hosted a Golf Bash on Jan. 27. Partiers in plaid enjoyed a raffle, silent auction, a wacky golf costume contest and live music from The Tailchasers Band. Ticket sales go the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito and the Century Club of San Diego. Photos/Jon Clark

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