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A full field of 144 golfers took to the links in Hollywood as part of National Marine Suppliers’ annual Yachty Nationals Invitational golf tournament. Dressed in everything from traditional garb to goofy elf costumes, captains, crew and industry professionals spent a great day having fun. All proceeds — which as of this writing top $12,000 — go to the Marine Industry Cares Foundation, a South Florida charity to help match the goodness of yachting with the needs of children in the community. PHOTOS/LUCY REED

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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