30 Oct '14, 4pm

Iraq vet Rick Yarosh is playing golf again thanks to a custom club:

A golf-loving, wounded Iraq veteran is able to get back onto the course this week, thanks to two State University of New York Polytechnic Institute students and their specially designed golf club. U.S. Army Ret. Sgt. Rick Yarosh, 32, thought he would never be able to play a sport he loved, and was quite good at, after he was injured by an IED while serving in Iraq in 2006. He suffered burns over 60 percent of his body and has undergone more than 100 procedures and 50 surgeries. As a result, he lost his nose, ears, leg, pinkies and parts of other fingers. In a story on Syracuse.com, Yarosh said that he “lost a piece of his life” when he was no longer able to wrestle, play football, or play golf. But after almost a year of meeting with Yarosh and working on different designs for their revolutionary golf club, SUNY students Nicholas Arbour and Adam Peters finally found one th...

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