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Established international caddie making basketball comeback

2010-12-13 - Photo by Dr. Adam Rogers. Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom
Ronald P. Rogers is well established as an International Caddie. Now he's making a basketball comeback, drafted by the Adair County Shooting Stars to beef up the all-star roster poised to overpower the the Harlem Wizards at a January 6, 2010 showdown at the Adair County Middle School Gym, 322 Gen. John Adair DR, Columbia, KY, site of the glory days of Ronald Rogers and is also was the home venue for two Adair County High School State Tournament teams. Above, right, Dr. Rogers, with his brother, Steve Rogers, in front of the clubhouse at Panmure Golf Club, the qualifying course for the British Senior Open in the famous Carnoustie Golf Links. The photo was posted August 8, 2010, on

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