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Charlie preps for a round of golf

One More Round

Charlie Naspinski, a lifelong golfer, was told he’d never walk again – let alone swing a golf club. After years of smoking, and a career as a U.S. Air Force veteran, Charlie began to experience issues with walking and standing for long periods of time. His love of the golf course kept him moving, even when he could barely get around. Unfortunately, Charlie eventually had to have both legs surgically amputated, but he didn't lose his love of the game. He began working with Tidelands NextStep Rehabilitation Services in North Myrtle Beach, with physical therapist Dargan Ervin leading the charge. Charlie was determined to drive again...in more ways than one.