Coast to coast fore a good cause

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Golf1-15col.jpg Indiana University Robert. H. McKinney School of Law student Luke Bielawski played the ball wherever it landed during his cross-country fundraiser. (IL file photo)

An Indianapolis law student made national headlines this year for his driving – with a golf club. Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law student Luke Bielawski swung his golf club for 96 days as he made his way across the country raising money for Providence Cristo Rey High School in Indianapolis. He started at the Pacific Ocean, teeing off and playing the ball where it lied. He hit in deserts, fields, roadways and even water parks. He started around 8 a.m. and played until 5:30 p.m., taking breaks for meals. He hit his final shot on Aug. 10 in South Carolina. Bielawski even met President George W. Bush in Dallas.

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