David Johnson plays at Cordova Golf Course in Rancho Cordova . The Alzheimer’s patient is still golfing and driving four years after his diagnosis. The disease killed his father and other relatives.
David Johnson plays at Cordova Golf Course in Rancho Cordova . The Alzheimer’s patient is still golfing and driving four years after his diagnosis. The disease killed his father and other relatives. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
David Johnson plays at Cordova Golf Course in Rancho Cordova . The Alzheimer’s patient is still golfing and driving four years after his diagnosis. The disease killed his father and other relatives. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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