This might be the best feel-good story you'll see this month -- most certainly this week.
Golf.com had the story of the First Annual Worthington Fore ALS Golf Classic at Worthington Country Club in Bonita Springs, Fla., which kicked off last Tuesday.
Local CBS News affiliate WINK-NEWS was on the scene for the event, where all proceeds go directly to the ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world's first and largest nonprofit biotech focused 100 percent on ALS research.
As the event was getting under way, WINK reporter Andrew Scheinthal interviewed a lady named Madeline Kennedy, one of the event's organizers, who was diagnosed with ALS two years ago and has since lost the ability to walk.
Kennedy was an avid golfer before her diagnosis and continues to play the game thanks to an adaptive golf cart that allows her to stand.
As the interview was winding down, Kennedy wanted to show Scheinthal and viewers that she can still play.
From there, Kennedy proceeded to hit a 78-foot bomb right into the center of the cup.
She even called it when the ball was halfway to the hole, "It's in!"
Here's the video:
What a putt! And on live TV, no less.
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