Date Published: Saturday, December 09, 2017    
Posted By: Foundation Team

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Hello, everyone....and Happy Holidays. I hope you are all doing well. Before 2017 comes to an end, I wanted to take a minute and thank everyone who takes a few minutes of their time to say "Hello," read the blog or just maintain an interest. So much of my enthusiasm and success is credited to the love and support of family and friends. In one way or another, we all have roadblocks in life. While I rely a lot on my positive mental attitude to help me physically, I don't know that I would have the positive mental attitude without the support of others. I've said before that we pull each other along through life. Sometimes, we need support. Sometimes, we give it. So, thank you all for the support you give me. It helps tremendously with me personally and professionally. I wouldn't be able to walk the walk and raise money for kids without that whole package.

I'm in Naples, Fla. this week for the QBE Shootout. There are six, two-man teams. As opposed to following one team, I decided to make the trip to support the event in general. I'll be home with family for Christmas, before heading back out in early January. I'll start in Maui at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and then hop islands to Honolulu for the Sony Open in Hawaii. After that, it's back to the mainland for the CareerBuilder Challenge in Palm Springs. I'll look forward to keeping everyone updated every step of the way.

So, once again, I wish you all the happiest of holidays. I encourage everyone to stay strong and focused. Don't ignore the setbacks in life, but don't let them bring you down. Find that inner strength to rise above it all. We may not all be able to run marathons or hit 330-yard drives, but we all have mountain tops. The goal is to get from the bottom to the top. We then repeat the process. Life is a series of peaks and valleys. Use the valleys to get to your mountain tops. Don't remain stagnant in the valleys. Keep rising. As always, I look forward to seeing each of you along down the road. Be safe, take care and keep going!


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