Flying fish Golfer Brian Nishi attempts to chip a bath toy into an inflatable children’s boat during the 17th KidSport Annual Golf Tourney at Cedar Hill Golf Course on Thursday. The tourney goal is to raise $30,000. KidSport Victoria funds registration grants. Since 2000 KidSport has granted the registration fee for more than 10,000 kids totalling $2.2 million. Travis Paterson/News Staff

Flying fish

17th KidSport Annual Golf Tourney at Cedar Hill Golf Course on Thursday

Flying fish

Golfer Brian Nishi attempts to chip a bath toy into an inflatable children’s boat during the 17th KidSport Annual Golf Tourney at Cedar Hill Golf Course on Thursday. The tourney goal is to raise $30,000. KidSport Victoria funds registration grants for children in organized sports.

Since 2000 KidSport has granted the registration fee for more than 10,000 kids totalling $2.2 million.

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