15th Annual Paul W. Smith Golf Classic

The 15th annual Paul W. Smith Golf Classic took place Aug. 6 at the Detroit Golf Club. Attendees enjoyed golf and dining, and proceeds went to Detroit PAL, The Children’s Center, and Variety – the Children’s Charity of Detroit. The classic has raised nearly $6.5 million since 2004.


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