Top: Ben Highland, 15, putted at Keene Run Golf Club while his instructor Tyrus York critiqued Ben's form.


Right: Ben Highland joined his sister Jamie, 17, and his parents Roy and Carey Highland as they  supported him in his new athletic pursuit: golf.
Top: Ben Highland, 15, putted at Keene Run Golf Club while his instructor Tyrus York critiqued Ben's form. Right: Ben Highland joined his sister Jamie, 17, and his parents Roy and Carey Highland as they supported him in his new athletic pursuit: golf. Herald-Leader
Top: Ben Highland, 15, putted at Keene Run Golf Club while his instructor Tyrus York critiqued Ben's form. Right: Ben Highland joined his sister Jamie, 17, and his parents Roy and Carey Highland as they supported him in his new athletic pursuit: golf. Herald-Leader

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