TOWN OF UNION -- When the B-Sens and Wendy's Walk for Kids took over Traditions at the Glen on Tuesday, the team was not just raising money for a good cause. They had the chance to bond with each other and to continue being challenged.
On the 14th hole, the players and their teammates got to have a little fun. If participants wanted to use a putter, they had to make a donation. Otherwise, the challenge was to putt with a hockey stick.
For a close-knit group like this year's B-Sens, the day also gave them a chance to poke some fun at each other.
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