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SO LONG 2018-19 PGA TOUR SEASON AND HELLO TO 2019-20

Date Published: Saturday, September 28, 2019    
Posted By: Foundation Team

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Greetings, everyone! It has been a while since I have updated everyone and for that, I apologize. Before I jump into the new season, I'll offer a brief wrap up to the 2018-19 PGA TOUR Season.

In the FedExCUp Playoffs, I followed Matt Kuchar at THE NORTHERN TRUST, but it was a short week. My flight was cancelled last minute, so I didn't get there until Friday. I followed him that day for round two, but he missed the cut.

At the BMW Championship a week later in Chicago, I followed Webb Simpson, which is always such a great honor for me. I'm also quite close with his caddie, Paul Tesori. I've had the privilege to do a lot with the Tesori Family Foundation, so that was a special week for me. Webb finished 17th that week.

At the TOUR Championship at East Lake, I was with Jason Kokrak, who was the last man in the field at No. 30. He played really well and finished 14th. That was a great week for me, as well.

The day after the TOUR Championship, I flew to New York to visit Marist College and their volleyball program for a few days. I spent a few days with the team talking to them about the importance of following their hearts and dreams.

After that, I went to Huntington Beach, California to celebrate with Rickie Fowler his 10-year anniversary with Puma. I like to think of Rickie as my best friend out here, so going to support him was special for me.

From there, I attended my cousin's bachelor in Philadelphia for the weekend. While some of you may be surprised to hear this, I caused no problems and got into no trouble! Ha Ha

At The Greenbrier, I followed Robert Streb. He made the cut, but it wasn't his best week. At last week's Sanderson Farms Championship, I was with past champion of the event, Peter Malnati. His wife, Alicia, is due with the couple's first child is pretty much due any day now. Peter finished 46th in Jackson.

This week at the Safeway Open, I'm with Cameron Champ, who hails from nearby Sacramento. Great guy and hits the ball a....really...long...way!

As always, I want to thank each and every one of you who takes the time to keep up with me, either here with the blog or in person. I value you all. I wish you all a wonderful fall and look forward to giving you more updates soon. Remember to always go for your dreams. They may not always seem to come fast or easy, but if you put your heart and mind into it, they will be realized!

Take care, friends!

All the best,
DJ








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