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Why am I doing this?:

I lost a close cousin who was in the army.  There is no other way I could think of to honor his memory then to play 100 Holes for Hope.  The servicemen and servicewomen that have been injured protecting our freedom need to feel that they have options when they come back home.  PGA HOPE gives them that option and raising money for them will only allow more options.


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Goal: $5000


I began my golf career as the Assistant Golf Professional at Medina Golf and Country Club for 8 years before becoming the Head Golf Professional at Rush Creek Golf Club where I was for 9 years. I then moved on to be the Director of Golf at Braemar Golf Course where I was for the past 3 years. I now serve as the Head Golf Professional at Lafayette Club. I played college golf at Pacific University and received a business degree from Northern Arizona University as well as Golf Management degree from Mundus Institute.

2023 Birdie

June 19, 2024 | The Loop at Chaska 

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