Only about 25% are successful.
Born and raised in Pinckney, Michigan. Pinckney is a small town with only 2,500 people. While growing up in Pinckney I played about every sport you could as a kid. If I wasn't playing golf you could find me playing basketball or baseball. I’ve been blessed with so many opportunities in my life. Without the love and support from my family and friends, none of this would be possible. This is what continues to drive me each and every day while being a professional golfer.
Playing for the University of Toledo was an amazing and life changing experience. My experience at Toledo helped me develop some of the key skills I use every day. Time management, organization, nutrition and golf are several examples of those skills. These skills and techniques helped me become a professional golfer.
During my career at Toledo I was an All Conference Player four times, Mid-American ConferenceFreshman of The Year, and a member of the Ping All American Team. While at Toledo I recorded rounds of par or better 40 different times and had one of the best career stroke averages in school history.
I made my professional golf debut in June 2016. Since being a professional golfer I have tallied up many great finishes. Along with those finishes I have earned status on the PGA Tour Canada and Latino tour. Each year hundreds of golfers try and earn status on these tours. Only about 25% are successful.
My plan for the 2020 season is to earn top ten on the money list for the PGA Canada or Latinoamerica Tour. From there I get into the final stage of tour qualifying school and earn my Korn Ferry tour card for 2020 season. Without the support of my family, friends and sponsors none of this would be possible.
Golfing professionally since 2016..