Ray Plumlee had always been a lucky man. Even at age 72, he saw no red flags in his future. Only white ones were weighing him down – those flapping atop the pins on the Leisureville Golf Course. His golf game, the center of his retirement universe, was starting to slip. Optical engineer Karl Zimmer considered himself fortunate as well. He had created contact lenses that provided miraculous 20/5 vision, a development that would reset the bar for human performance. When a single prototype of the invention finds its way to the old golfer, an eye-popping adventure unfolds. Inexplicable success on the greens leads to fame, fortune, and fading friendships, forcing Plumlee to decide what matters most. Golden-age fun for golfers of every age.