I played baseball and basketball most of my grade school years, but knew it just wasn't the sport for me. In 2015 I decided to give golf a try. During my first summer, I developed a passion for golf and that's when my work ethic took over. I had to get to the level of the other players who had been playing for a long time. Work ethic was taught to me at a very young age, through my parents and grandparents who have been working hard their entire lives. Without their guidance I probably wouldn't have worked as hard as I did. I practiced as much as I possibly could throughout the first two summers. I believe that golf has taught me a sense of responsibility and work ethic, that I wouldn't have learned without golf.