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    Former Fresno State men's golf coach Mike Watney has volunteered to donate one of his kidneys to help friend Jon DeChambeau. To help return that generosity, DeChambeau has started the Gift of Life golf fundraiser to raise organ-donation awareness, tell Watney's story of paying it forward and to help the Fresno Nephrology Kidney Foundation.

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