Keith Kincy of Olympia tees off on the 16th hole at Tumwater Valley Golf Course in front of partner Mike Hermsen during the Mid-Washington Seniors & Washington Senior Games golf tournament on Wednesday. Kincy, 80, is a former 3-handicap golfer who lost his left arm in an industrial accident 21 years ago. “I won’t quit until they haul me off on a gurney,” Kincy said. The Washington State Senior Games, which kicked off with golf on Wednesday, continues through Sunday with sporting events throughout the South Sound. More information about when and where to watch events is available at www.washingtonstateseniorgames.com.
Keith Kincy of Olympia tees off on the 16th hole at Tumwater Valley Golf Course in front of partner Mike Hermsen during the Mid-Washington Seniors & Washington Senior Games golf tournament on Wednesday. Kincy, 80, is a former 3-handicap golfer who lost his left arm in an industrial accident 21 years ago. “I won’t quit until they haul me off on a gurney,” Kincy said. The Washington State Senior Games, which kicked off with golf on Wednesday, continues through Sunday with sporting events throughout the South Sound. More information about when and where to watch events is available at www.washingtonstateseniorgames.com. Tony Overman Staff photographer
Keith Kincy of Olympia tees off on the 16th hole at Tumwater Valley Golf Course in front of partner Mike Hermsen during the Mid-Washington Seniors & Washington Senior Games golf tournament on Wednesday. Kincy, 80, is a former 3-handicap golfer who lost his left arm in an industrial accident 21 years ago. “I won’t quit until they haul me off on a gurney,” Kincy said. The Washington State Senior Games, which kicked off with golf on Wednesday, continues through Sunday with sporting events throughout the South Sound. More information about when and where to watch events is available at www.washingtonstateseniorgames.com. Tony Overman Staff photographer

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