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A trip to Israel: Stars spread gospel of golf

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Golfweek's Adam Schupak and Holocaust survivor Asher (Aud) Sieradzki.

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Amy Alcott takes photos and admires the Western Wall.
Hunter Mahan admires the Western Wall.
Michael Thompson, far left, and Hunter Mahan, middle, touch the stone where the body of Christ is believed to have rested after he was taken off the cross.
Michael Thompson, left, and Hunter Mahan pray at the Western Wall.
The golfers and retired NBA players on the goodwill tour meet the Israeli national soccer team. Arn Tellem (in purple, bottom row) and Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch (also at center).
Amy Alcott prepares to nestle her note into a crevice of the Western Wall.
Michael Thompson composes his prayer wish inside the underground tunnel near the Western Wall.
Inside the Mahane Yehuda in Jerusalem.
Haas Promenade at Armon HaNatziv, overlooking the golden city of Jerusalem.
On the Arn and Nancy Tellem Mission to Israel: (from left) Chris Armstrong, Wasserman Media Group; Sean Foley; Kandi Mahan and Hunter Mahan.
Golfweek's Adam Schupak and Holocaust survivor Asher (Aud) Sieradzki.
Former NBA player Brian Scalabrine left, Holocaust survivor Asher (Aud) Sieradzki and former NBA champion Will Perdue.
Yad Vashem honors non-Jews who saved Jews during the Holocaust, at personal risk, as the Righteous Among the Nations. Pictured is the plaque honoring the Schindler's, whose story of sacrifice was told in the movie Schindler's List.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (center, in mustard-color shirt), is an avid sportsman and joined the group for dinner in Tel Aviv.
Sean Foley shows the sweet spot to a rookie golfer from Peace Players.
Amy Alcott shows Doha Alma the proper swing technique.
Special flag at the Caesarea Golf Club.
Hunter Mahan and Michael Thompson teach kids from Peace Players the basics of golf.
Amy Alcott and Hunter Mahan discuss how they got started in golf.