Can Callaway Find The Green?
Don't ask Ely Callaway if he's too old to return as chief executive of the world's largest golf-equipment maker. At 79--or, as he's quick to point out, 79 1/2--he has lost none of his drive. "It's reinvigorating," Callaway says of his October comeback, 2 1/2 years after he stepped aside, to rescue the company he founded 16 years ago. Besides, as board chairman, he already was coming to work at 8 a.m. every day. He just stays later now. Adds Callaway's physician, Dr. Joseph A. Capozzi: "He's at least 20 years younger than his chronological age."
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