One-armed junior golf Tommy Morrissey wins 3-hole tourney at 3 under
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One-armed junior golf Tommy Morrissey wins 3-hole tourney at 3 under

We've been telling you about Tommy Morrissey, the talented one-armed junior golfer, for a over a year now. He's been embraced by the golf world for his interest in the game and budding talent, including meeting Tiger Woods at his Hero World Challenge last year, as well spending time with Bubba Watson and other golf luminaries.

The fact that Morrissey has some game may have been lost in his remarkable story, but make no mistake: the boy can golf his ball.

In a Little Linksters junior event at Innisbrook resort near Tampa, Fla., Morrissey won the 3-4 year old division by three shots, playing the three-hole event in 3 under par.

Morrissey was born without a right hand and the part of the arm under the elbow. He began playing at 18 months when he began to show interest in golf whenever his parents were watching it on TV.

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