As for my performance on the show, I can’t really complain too much, because I barely touched a club the eight months since I had played a competitive round. With snow on the ground at home and trying to hit a few buckets with ski gear on, I was probably the most unprepared I’d ever been for a competition. I work nine-hour workdays and can rarely get to a golf course to practice during the weekdays. That lack of practice showed in my elimination. However, I definitely wonder if the results of the competition would have been different if I had been wintering in Florida and still playing professional golf.
The beauty of the Bahamas and Sandals Resorts doesn’t echo enough through the television, and someday, I do hope to take my family back there and show them where Stacey hit her amazing sand shot to win us lunch with Greg Norman or the island where Lili and I were stranded at the Chat ‘N Chill during a crazy thunderstorm. Until then, I will be enjoying my family time and the booming industry of Nuclear Power at Shaw. Best of luck to the girls remaining, and I hope their careers are filled with success and satisfaction!