It's hard to tell what's most impressive about Kyle Lograsso's golf outing last Friday. That the 10-year-old had the stamina to play 109 holes is amazing. That he raised $75,000 to fight a rare form of cancer is even more unbelievable. And did we mention Lograsso himself lost his left eye to cancer when he was 2?

Lograsso spent the day at The Legends Golf Club in Temecula, Calif., where he played more than 12 hours of golf and collected $75,000 to raise awareness for Retinoblastoma, the rare form of childhood cancer from which Lograsso suffered.

"I walked the last hole, I walked it for the fight against Retinoblastoma and all the kids going through it," Lograsso told the Press-Enterprise. "I accomplished a pretty big goal. One hundred and nine holes is a lot. It felt good -- once I finished the hole. Now, no golf for another week or two. I've had enough."

As if Lograsso needed another challenge, he played more than half of the holes without shoes.

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