How long have you caddied?
Players I’ve caddied for…
Seamus Power, Steve Marino, Brett Wetterich and John Merrick
High school attended…
Westside High School, class of 2000
Did you play college golf?
Marquette University, 2000-04
What is your greatest golf memory?
Accomplishing my goal of winning a tournament my senior year in high school.
What is your greatest memory as a caddie?
Caddying for John Merrick in the ’09 Masters. It was both of our first times and we finished sixth. I also really enjoyed watching him and Geoff Ogilvy birdie 13, 14, 15, and 16 on Sunday. My dad, who is not a golf fan, was there to share the entire experience with me. I remember going to church with him on that Easter Sunday morning.
Caddying for Seamus Power of Ireland in the Olympics in Rio was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. He played great and had a chance to medal on Sunday. Being part of golf’s debut and being around all the athletes from all over the world and seeing other events. There is no other way I’d be at the Olympics if it weren’t for caddying!
What is the best part about being a caddie?
Being inside the ropes with the best golfers in the world competing and helping my player to accomplish their goals.
Favorite professional golfer growing up?
Tiger Woods and Payne Stewart
Favorite city to visit?
Favorite course to caddie?
Favorite course to play?
Sand Hills Golf Club
Professional interests outside of golf?
Diet Mountain Dew
Salt Grass Steakhouse
Favorite sports team?
Creighton Bluejays, Nebraska Huskers, St. Louis Cardinals, Green Bay Packers
Who would be in your dream golf foursome, as a player?
Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus, Payne Stewart
Hobbies outside of golf?
Fly fishing, Creighton basketball, Nebraska football, working out, yoga, contributing on the air for the radio, being an uncle, concerts, movies, cooking meals, reading…
Any other information you would like for us to know that we may have not previously known?
Caddying is the most unique job in professional sports outside of playing. I got to caddie in the Olympics in Rio representing Ireland.