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Shoeless golfers raise money for schools

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Taylor Pillsbury, right, tosses a golf ball to his playing partner who uses a baseball bat to tee off during the SchoolPower 3-Clubs Barefoot Canyon Classic. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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Most golfers played barefoot during Monday’s tournament at the Ranch at Laguna Beach, a fundraiser that benefitted the Laguna Beach Unified School District. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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Stephen Schott, red shirt, walks to his next hole. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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Taylor Pillsbury uses a baseball bat to tee off. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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Mike Sadler putts during Monday’s event. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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A player uses a baseball bat to tee off. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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Mark Christy, principal investor of the Ranch at Laguna Beach, watches his putt fall with his playing group during the SchoolPower 3-Clubs Barefoot Canyon Classic to benefit the Laguna Beach Unified School District at The Ranch on Monday. The format was ultra casual as players were required to use only a 5-iron, a wedge, and a putter and on two holes, players had to tee-off using a little league bat, and on another oversized BBQ gloves, all barefoot. (Don Leach / Coastline Pilot)
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