Dewitt, N.Y. (AP) - Rolling Stone magazine sketch artist Philip Burke is painting a 3-foot-tall Jim Boeheim golf ball as part of Golf Balls on Parade.
Burke is in Syracuse Monday to paint Jim Boeheim's likeness on the big golf ball.
The initiative is a community relations arts project supporting upstate New York non-profits on behalf of the 95th PGA Championship, which will be played at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y. in August.
A portion of the sale of each artist decorated golf ball will be split equally among four charities: Hillside Work Scholarship Connection, Golisano Children's Hospital, Reach for the Green, and the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation.
In the spring, the Boeheim golf ball will be auctioned and all proceeds will benefit the Boeheim foundation.
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