Sam Mulrain holds a flag from the oceanfront 10th hole at the Robert Trent Jones golf course in Palmetto Dunes, where he was a starter for 33 years. It was signed by staff members as a gift when Mulrain, 97, retired Jan. 31.
Sam Mulrain holds a flag from the oceanfront 10th hole at the Robert Trent Jones golf course in Palmetto Dunes, where he was a starter for 33 years. It was signed by staff members as a gift when Mulrain, 97, retired Jan. 31. Staff photo
Sam Mulrain holds a flag from the oceanfront 10th hole at the Robert Trent Jones golf course in Palmetto Dunes, where he was a starter for 33 years. It was signed by staff members as a gift when Mulrain, 97, retired Jan. 31. Staff photo

Hilton Head Island golf starter retires at age 97

May 20, 2014 06:58 PM

UPDATED May 20, 2014 07:10 PM

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