Blind Golf

Take a look at my triumphs and come see me play for yourself!

IBGA B2 AUSTRALIAN OPEN BLIND GOLF CHAMPION & USBGA B2 NATIONAL CHAMPION

USBGA B2 NATIONAL CHAMPION

2014

2013

USBGA B2 NATIONAL CHAMPION & USBGA B2 ARIZONA REGIONAL CHAMPION

2012

2011

IBGA WORLD BLIND GOLF CHAMPION

2010

EST. 2013

BLIND GOLF

CHAMPIONSHIPS

IN golf as in life, it’s the follow through that makes all the difference. When I lost central vision in both eyes, I thought the game I loved was over. But with a little heart and a large dose of ambition, I quickly learned that my golfing career had just begun. At 20 years old, I competed in and won the 2010 World Blind Golf Championship. In 2011, I was honored as the San Diego Hall of Champions Challenged Athlete of the Year. Like all things, it’s the most difficult trials that shape who we are—and I am a better athlete and person because of this sport.

SWINGING without seeing and depending on someone other than myself were no small feats, physically and mentally. I soon realized that being a blind golfer has its perks. I have a guide, my dad, who subs as my “eyes” to help with alignment, track ball flight and read putts. I regularly shoot in the 70s and 80s, and I learn something new every time I step onto a course. By pursuing my passion and sticking with this game through the good days and bad, I have learned invaluable life lessons that translate over to my professional career.

AS an Inspirational Speaker and life coach, I use my struggles and successes on the golf course to inspire players and non-players alike. I lead by example, showing individuals that with a positive mindset, a ton of patience and someone to help line you up every now and then, anything is possible.

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