He turned pro in 2011 and moved to Arizona. As with many players who turn professional out of college, finances were a challenge.
He put competitive golf on hold and worked in the golf industry to make a steady paycheck, and started up a golf bag company to supplement his income. His passion for the game was tested, and he realized his best move at the time was to move back to Utah to get his finances in order and work on his building his company to eventually support his professional golf career.
"I was working at a golf club in Mesa, AZ and they threw a viewing party every Tuesday night with a bunch of food and drinks."
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In 2013, he moved back to Arizona to give professional golf another go. While in Arizona, he stumbled upon a Big Break audition and decided to give it a shot. Two months later, he received the phone call that he was cast for Big Break Myrtle Beach. He currently resides in Arizona and is one of the founder of "The Outlaw Tour"