For Whatever we Lose (like a you or a me)
it's Always Ourselves we Find in the Sea
Challenging the best golfers in the world is one of my favorite things about the sport — I love handling that pressure on golf’s biggest stages.
There is an element of that competitiveness that I love about SUP, too — there’s always a higher wave, a new trick or a better turn. And, there are no galleries or interviews when I wrap up!
In Golf - as in Life - it's the Follow-Through
That Makes the Difference
Roots in the Water
and on the Green
A family affair
Golf runs in my blood. That may sound cliché, but it’s true — my dad was a golf pro and teacher, and my mom was a great player as well. My brother, Mark, and I spent many an hour on the course learning the game from them and spending quality family time together.
Walk on Water
SUP is great training for any sport
I love surfing, but it started to bother my bad neck. Once I was introduced to SUP, I was totally hooked. It’s awesome for balance and core strength, and it puts no stress on the neck. SUP is great for cross-training and pushing your limits — and it sure as heck beats going to the gym.