The Georgia State Amputee Golf Tournament teed off in Milledgeville Friday for the 19th year in a row. Play finished up early Sunday morning.
Golfers from all over came to town for a couple of rounds. Ray Rice was a below the knee amputee and an avid golfer. He played in the tournament in the 1960s and 70s. Players from all walks of life and skill level hit the course for a few rounds and to catch up with some old friends.
"I couldn't compete on an equal level with other people, but in golf I can," said Herb Blick. "The biggest thing is the comradery. Whether you have one arm and no other limbs or on leg we're all equal and we have so much fun together."