Watch As This ALS Patient Gets A Hole In One

Hana LaRock
Madeline Kennedy gets a hole-in-one at the ALS Golf Tournament.


A patient heads to the ALS Golf Tournament to help raise money for the disease. However, she surprises the cameras with much more than her words of wisdom when she makes a hole-in-one.

Madeline Kennedy tells Wink News how "ALS is not incurable, it's underfunded."

So far, this event has raised $20,000. Madeline says how the Worthington Country Club has been supporting her all the way, and how any bit of money can help raise funds for ALS research.

After her interview, Madeline gets up to hit a golf ball and excites the whole crowd with her beautiful hole-in-one shot.

Madeline has had ALS for 2 1/2 years and is a representative for a disease that has affected her and so many others.