Fight Your Way to the Top Stacy Lewis, an American professional golfer in the LPGA Tour, hasn't gotten to the number one spot without a fight. At just eleven years old, she was diagnosed with scoliosis, leading to a spinal fusion just years later. While her recover hasn't been easy, she proves to be a fighter day in and day out, keeping her spot at the top as one of America's best female golfers.
Ambition Above All When Stacy Lewis began playing golf with her dad at the age of seven, he would have never imagined that she would one day become the number one player in the world. Overcoming the struggles of being diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of eleven, Stacy fought her way to the top and has proven you can overcome any obstacle thrown at you while achieving your dream.
Contagious Attitude Inspires As a LPGA golfer battling cancer, Heather Farr taught those around her what it meant to never give up through her sheer determination and resilient attitude.
Heart of a Champion At only 9-years-old a virus attacked Erik Compton's heart and because of this had to undergo a heart transplant. Compton turned to golf as a form of rehab.
Driving Past the Challenges <p>Born with cystic fibrosis and later developing diabetes, Mallory Code refuses to allow either condition stand in her way. As a golfer for 18 years, Mallory has used her training as a form of therapy to push through her obstacles.</p>