He was ten or eleven, somewhere in there. The senior tour had just rolled into the old Wheat Ridge Funplex, over on Kipling, and a few of the veterans who'd heard his story took him out to Fuddruckers for a burger. One was Bob Hart, the boy's hero. Couple of others. And that did it. "It was just a blast," Tyler Jensen remembers. "That's when I started thinking, this is what I want to do; this is the game I want to be involved with, any way I can." Of course, he was already involved. Any home-schooled fifth-grader who's lost his taste for baseball and soccer and thinks about nothing except getting over to the bowling center every day to roll eight or ten games is...involved. Obsessed, even. "He's always been so one-track," his mother says. "He's got... More >>>