Pro Golf Update: August 2016

pro golf

Since our arrival back on the east coast in mid-June, it’s been a rollercoaster of ups and downs on the golf course in my pro golf events.  (That’s what keeps it fun, right?!) My overall play throughout the summer months has been solid, however I haven’t been as successful as I’d like in turning productive practice days…

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Pro Golf Update: June 2016

Silverado Resort North Course

I wanted to provide a quick update on my golf endeavors over the last few months, as well as what I have planned for the summer months ahead. After playing in Mackenzie Tour (aka PGA Tour Canada) qualifying in late April, we spent some time traveling up the California coast.  Though I didn’t compete in…

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Golf Equipment: What’s In My Bag?

Vessel Golf Bag

With all the different golf brands on the market, it can be difficult to decide which golf equipment is best to put in your bag.  I’m often asked which brands I prefer, so I’ve decided to share what’s currently in my golf bag. While I think you could make good arguments for all of the…

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What I Learned From PGA Tour Canada Q-School

Mackenzie Tour Qualifying School

As I stood on the 15th tee during round one of qualifying school (often referred to as “q-school”) for the Mackenzie Tour (aka PGA Tour Canada), I found myself in the tough position we’ve all been in at one time or another on the golf course.  With every aspect of my game seemingly letting me…

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Pro Golf Update: February 2016

Pro Golf Update

Below is a quick update on my pro golf tournament results from February and early March.  Candidly, I didn’t feel I had my best stuff out on the course and struggled a bit from tee-to-green during the early part of this stretch. With the goal of long-term development of my game (and the cost of…

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Pro Golf Update: January 2016

Lone Tree putting green

After arriving in Arizona in mid-January, I quickly went to work on my game.  Given the holidays, final camper preparations and the cross-country drive, I hadn’t spent much time on the course in a few weeks. The week of preparations went well, as I focused on playing practice rounds and working on my short game…

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Westward Bound: Our First Weeks on the Road

gBelts hat and belt

After months of planning, practicing, and camper renovations, my wife Brittany and I (along with our dog, Ella, and cat, Penelope) finally embarked on our cross-country voyage on January 3rd. Though there were some nerves and uncertainties for the trip — pulling a 30-foot camper across the country was certainly a new item on the resume…

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Path to Professional Golf: November 11th 2015 Update

Professional Golf

It’s been about two months since I last posted about my path to professional golf, so I wanted to provide a quick update. Other than a few one-day charity events, I haven’t played in any individual tournaments since mid-September.  Around that time, I began working with a Charlotte based instructor.  The goal?  Make a few enhancements to the…

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Westward Bound: Making The Move To Full-Time Camper Living

Travel Trailer

The year of 2015 has certainly been one of big change.  In May, I left the financial industry to pursue my dream of playing professional golf. I’ve spent the last 5 months working to elevate my golf game, putting in countless hours of practice and competing in tournaments throughout the summer as an amateur. The end goal, of course,…

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Path to Professional Golf: September 9th 2015 Update

Greensboro Sunset

Four months into the full-time pursuit of professional golf and I’m still enjoying the daily challenges on the course.  I’ve mentioned this before, but sticking to the process and working to get better each day remain at the forefront of my near-term goals. I had four events in August, where I was fortunate enough to play…

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