The Story Of Kendall Kemm Is Even More Inspiring Than The Viral Video Of Her One Armed Golf Swing


Calls started pouring in, from local television stations to CNN. Though Kemm had her first brush with fame in the sports world two years ago when she threw out the first pitch at a Cleveland Indians game—former Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin’s father had also suffered an AVM in 2016 and became a family friend—her simple joy hitting a golf ball despite the use of just one arm resonated. Others took notice, including former pitcher Jim Abbott, who was born without a right hand and spent a decade in the major leagues, tossing a no-hitter as a member of the Yankees in 1994. The PGA Tour also reached out to invite Kemm to a tournament when it has fans again, while club companies have offered to send equipment and adaptive sports organizations have connected as well.

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