University of Hartford (1992, Secondary Education)
Warwick; RI; United States
City Plays From
Tuscawilla CC (Winter Park, Florida)
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Attended Pilgrim High School in Warwick, R.I., and lettered in hockey and cross country, as well as golf.
Favorite golf memory is making a hole-in-one at the 2006 Travelers Championship in Hartford and winning a gold Rolex watch.
Says he'd be designing golf courses if he weren't playing professionally.
Favorite courses he's played are Colonial CC in Fort Worth, Texas, and Pebble Beach in the United States and Kingston Heath and The Kooyonga Club in Australia. Would like to play every Donald Ross course he hasn't yet played.
Biggest thrills in golf are playing seven seasons on the PGA TOUR and making the cut in each major for which he has qualified. Biggest thrills outside the game were his wedding and the birth of his daughters.
Grew up a fan of the Boston Bruins. Says his favorite pro team is the fictional Charlestown Chiefs hockey team.
Superstition is to never take a ball out of play no matter how bad it looks if it doesn't make a bogey or worse. Also carries a "Star Wars" Yoda headcover.
Never travels without a pillow.
Favorite App is Sleep Machine and favorite website is ebay.com/motors.
Enjoys reading books by Lee Child and Dean Koontz. Favorite movie is "Legends of the Fall" and top TV show is "Modern Family."
Favorite athlete was baseball Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew and hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Orr.
Likes hot dogs and eating at Five Guys.
Favorite groups are Pearl Jam and Tool and would like to trade places for a day with Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder on a concert day. His entrance song on the first tee would be "Porch" by Pearl Jam..Dream foursome includes his father and three brothers.
Says he doesn't watch sports, and his bucket list includes driving a Porsche 911 around a dog track.
Played junior hockey growing up in Rhode Island. Father got him started in golf. College teammate of PGA TOUR veterans Tim Petrovic and Jerry Kelly at the University of Hartford.