I learned how to deal with a lot of different types of people. There are a lot of different personalities, and caddying for them helped me get along with almost everybody. That was the most important thing that I got out of MMJGA.
At first I didn’t like caddying. It was a lot more work than I thought it would be. But then I really started liking it. I got paid to be outside and get exercise, and I started meeting people my own age that were interested in the same things I was.”