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Arts and Entertainment

Golf Balls Gone Wild in the "I Got Big Balls" Exhibition

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On Thursday evening the Wilson Harding Golf Course in Griffith Park exhibited over 100 creatively designed golf balls in a show appropriately called "I Got Big Balls." Participating artists included Dogtown skateboarding heavyweight Tony Alva, local street artist Luke Chueh, and self-promoting model/actress Angelyne. Here's a gallery of some of the pieces that were on display, in case you couldn't make it to the one-night event; each piece was hand signed by the artist and all were on sale to benefit LA's Free Arts for Abused Children program.