Why am I doing this?:
I am playing 100 Holes to bring awareness and support to the men and women who serve our country. By being a participant I hope to encourage other PGA Professionals to participate and raise pledges for the service men and women returning home.
I became a PGA Member in 2002. Before becoming a PGA Professional, I graduated with a Health Science Degree and played golf for Minnesota State University, Mankato. I started my golf career as an Assistant Golf Professional at Minnesota Valley CC, StoneRidge GC, and The Minikahda Club. I became the PGA Head Golf Professional at Minikahda in 2013, where I was for 8 years. I am currently in my second season as the Director of Golf at Oak Ridge Country Club.