My dad and brother were my biggest inspirations in getting involved with golf. I grew up playing ice hockey. When my family moved from Massachusetts to North Carolina, hockey wasn’t so good and we lived in a residential golf community. My dad and brother would go to the golf course frequently and I began to join in. I quickly made the transition from the ice to the fairway and was bitten by the golf bug.
After graduating from college and not enjoying my first initial job, I was able to land a caddying gig with James Hahn. Our first tournament together on the Web.com Tour ended in a two hole playoff and we were victorious. It was at this point that I realized I loved being at the course. Following this I applied for my first position in the golf industry and began working as a bag drop attendant. The rest is history. Golf has provided me the opportunity to meet so many unique and successful people, and travel to some very fun places. I can’t imagine myself doing anything else.