Dennis Walters was a rising star in the collegiate level of golf and seemed to be on the verge of qualifying for the PGA Tour when a freak golf cart accident left him paralyzed from the waist down.
The Olympic Games have been the definition of competitive for hundreds of years. And Rowdy Gaines has been the epitome of athletic success. He's a gold medalist, a world record holder and a member of the swimming hall of fame.
Dennis Walters' PGA career was cut short by a freak accident that left him paralyzed but his golf dreams are still alive and well.
Dr. Dot Richardson: Overcome Fears
Do you find yourself paralyzed with fear, thinking about all the the bad things that might result from taking a risk? Olympic champion Dr. Dot Richardson has advice for what you can say to yourself to overcome the negative thoughts.
Rowdy Gaines: Health and Happiness
Did you know that Olympian Rowdy Gaines suffered a rare disease that left him nearly totally paralyzed? He had to re-learn how to do everything from eat to walk, but he made it back in the pool. And his journey will inspire you.
PGA Honors Dennis Walters
Ever see a paraplegic play golf? Dennis Walters will blow your mind, just as he has been doing ever since a golf cart accident left him paralyzed. Walters was determined to hang on to his love for the game. He found a way to do it. He’s proof that anyone
Reach For Your Dreams
Dennis Walters was on the verge on making the PGA Tour when a freak accident left him paralyzed. But his dreams never died.
Harry Wayne Casey
For a man whose music literally defined the 1970s, it's surprising that Harry Wayne Casey is just as popular today. Known for hits like "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way I Like It," he's the man behind K.C. and The Sunshine Band.
Step It Up
Next week, I'll be participating in a Walk-n-Roll-a-Thon to benefit Step It Up Recovery at...