84-year-old golfer proves that seniors can still compete


By AGENCY

As long as the eyes can see, the arms can swing and the hips can rotate, if only a little, the game can still go on. - Pixabay

Unlike most, golf is a game that rewards the lowest number. If the numbers are 84 and 18, what chance does 84 have?

Such was the case recently as the Crestwicke Country Club Women’s Golf Association in Illinois in the United States conducted a five-hole handicap shootout as part of its annual Play Day. Thirteen players were eliminated by the fifth hole, leaving only 84-year-old JoAnn Bowers and 18-year-old Mackenzie Biggs.

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