Disabled female golfer receives proposal ring instead of trophy

Cork competes in the U.S. Para U.S. Open
Greenskeeper on the last hole of the match
Caddie and boyfriend proposed to her
“We love each other together forever”

Coke receives a proposal from White after playing her final hole of the day (9th). USGA Twitter video capture

As Kelsey Cork, 31, who wears a prosthetic left leg, made a putt on her final hole (No. 9) and greeted the players she played with, her caddie, Josh White, suddenly knelt down on the green. White, Cork’s caddie and boyfriend, pulled a proposal ring out of his pocket and presented it to Cork. Overwhelmed with emotion, Cork walked over to White, kissed him, and hugged him. “We love each other. We will be together forever,” she said.

The couple’s love story highlighted the U.S. Adaptive Open, which concluded today at the par-72 6th Course at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina. The tournament, organized by the United States Golf Association (USGA), is open to golfers with various disabilities. The tournament, which was founded last year and is in its second year, attracted 96 male and female golfers with disabilities.

Cork, who is competing in the U.S. Adaptive Open for the first time, is a leg amputee. Born without a left tibia, Cork had his leg amputated at 11 months old. Growing up, Cork found solace in golf and yoga. Golf was especially appealing to him because he could play with other people. Since 2014, Cork has owned a yoga studio in Grand Blanc, Michigan, USA.

Kelsey Cork (R) leans on her caddie and boyfriend Josh White (L) and smiles after he proposed to her during the U.S. Adaptive Open at Pinehurst Resort’s sixth course on Sept. 13 in Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA. USGA Twitter video capture

Even with her boyfriend of two years as her caddie, the tournament wasn’t easy. Over the course of the three-round tournament, Cork shot a final score of 91-over-par 307, placing her 20th out of 21 women in the field. 토토사이트 “Golf was hard this week, but that doesn’t matter,” she said as she hugged her boyfriend. The USGA also posted a video of the proposal on Twitter, noting that “Cork left the course with no trophy, but a ring on her finger.”

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