“Golf has been my life ever since I was a kid,” said Rohanna. “My family taught me about hard work and what it takes to succeed. I take that with me to the golf course and they are the reason why I am so passionate about the game.”
Rohanna was recruited by several Division I and Division II schools in the Northeast and enrolled at Penn State University, where he was a four-year letterman and an Academic All-American. Following graduation in 2009, he turned professional.
In 2010, he recorded his greatest achievement in his professional career by winning the Pennsylvania Open – his first win as a professional – highlighted by a career-low round of 9-under-par 63 in the second round. His career was blossoming, and he was on the right track for success.
"It was amazing playing with Chad - BB Player who lost his leg in Afganistan during the war — he's a great guy, great player and a hero."
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