Last August 27, a 22-year old Brendan Lawlor from Ireland became the first disabled golfer to join the European Tour. He played for the ISPS Handa UK Championship where he shot 84 in the first round. Lawlor has an illness called “Ellis van Creveld syndrome” that makes the limbs, fingers, and/or toes to be shorter than normal, and can make the heart weak. This illness did not stop him from achieving his dream of playing professional golf. After winning against other champion golfers, Lawlor became an inspiration to other disabled players.