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What did playing junior golf mean to you?
Having been fortunate enough to grow up playing the wonderful sport of golf, and more so, having been able to showcase my talent in competition play has the most rewarding and heuristic approach into the real world. The individuality learned has given me the ability to become a better leader as well as the strength to be accountable for my own actions. https://www.golfmds.com/
What do you look forward to doing in your new role at FCG?
I am excited to use my knowledge and experiences for the greater development of the prodigies within the program. I am so grateful for the people who have mentored me along the way, and am in a position to now be able to do the same.
If you could tell a junior golfer one thing what would it be?
Don’t take it so seriously! Winning and recognition are some of the best feelings one is capable of feeling, however, enjoy your youth. Quite cliche, but you are only young once. This is your time to learn how to win humbly and lose gracefully.
You worked quite a few events in 2014 with FCG, which was your favorite event to help host?
I ran most of the Kids Tour events of the year, which are always exciting seeing some of the new prodigies. But I really enjoyed the World Championship event in the desert! I love Palm Springs, and was getting very nostalgic out there. It was hot as heck, but just as fun!!