Bryan Anderson autographs a copy of his book, "No  Turning Back," for Sherryl Doe, right, at the Healing Heroes Golf Week  banquet on Tuesday evening at the Hampton Hall Clubhouse in Bluffton.  Anderson, an Iraq War veteran and a triple-amputee, later spoke about  the obstacles he overcame during his recovery from his wounds.
Bryan Anderson autographs a copy of his book, "No Turning Back," for Sherryl Doe, right, at the Healing Heroes Golf Week banquet on Tuesday evening at the Hampton Hall Clubhouse in Bluffton. Anderson, an Iraq War veteran and a triple-amputee, later spoke about the obstacles he overcame during his recovery from his wounds. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
Bryan Anderson autographs a copy of his book, "No Turning Back," for Sherryl Doe, right, at the Healing Heroes Golf Week banquet on Tuesday evening at the Hampton Hall Clubhouse in Bluffton. Anderson, an Iraq War veteran and a triple-amputee, later spoke about the obstacles he overcame during his recovery from his wounds. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

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