When he heard he was going to be on a reality show, he had his share of expectations but it ended up being completely different from what he expected and he now has memories that he will carry with him for the rest of his life. The fact that this year’s Big Break is a team competiton changed the daily dynamic as you were playing for more than yourself everyday yet you had to be concerned about yourself at the same time. He dropped out of high school at the age of 16 in Europe but he ended up going to Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina and he was very fortunate to be able to go to college in the U.S. He is planning to play the eGolf mini tour as well as try to qualify for events on both the Nationwide Tour and PGA TOUR in 2012. The experience of being in front of cameras as well as the emotional stress and strain involved with the show he feels will make him a better player.
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