Despite Adversity High School Golfer Excels On and Off the Green

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High School Senior Blake Anderson was born with several birth defects as a result of Vater Syndrome. He endured 12 surgeries in his first six months of life and has faced many additional treatments and procedures since that time.
Despite having shorter arms than normal and living without thumbs, Blake has excelled as a high school golfer. He is an inspiration to all those who face adversity.

Read more about this impressive young man HERE.

Homestead High School senior, Blake Anderson, practices his putting on Friday, June 5, 2015 at the River Club Golf Course in Mequon, Wis. Anderson was born with a condition known as Vaters Syndrome and is the number five golfer on the team. Homestead heads to the state tournament this weekend in Madison.  Photo by Katie Klann / kklann@journalsentinel.com
Homestead High School senior, Blake Anderson, practices his putting on Friday, June 5, 2015 at the River Club Golf Course in Mequon, Wis. Anderson was born with a condition known as Vaters Syndrome and is the number five golfer on the team. Homestead heads to the state tournament this weekend in Madison. Photo by Katie Klann / kklann@journalsentinel.com