Bryce Molder

 In spite of being born with a severe syndrome – Poland Syndrome (no left pectoral muscle and a much smaller left hand), Bryce became a star golfer at Conway High and went to Georgia Tech on a golf scholarship.  At Georgia Tech, he was named Academic All-American twice and First Team NCAA All-American all 4 years he was there – one of only 4 NCAA golfers to do so.  He won named ACC Rookie of the Year, ACC Player of the year (3 times), National Player of the Year, National Golfer of the Year by multiple sources.  He was Low Amateur at the 2001 US Open and turned pro that same year.  In a career that is far from over, Bryce has played 239 events, scoring 60 Top-25 finishes and 24 Top-10 finishes, along with a major Tour win in 2011.