The 28-year-old former Sehome baseball standout has quickly learned how to stroke the ball consistently more than 400 yards with the special drivers used by competitors in the annual Re/Max World Long Drive Championship in Mesquite, Nev.
He's one of 126 athletes who will tee it up Oct. 27-29 in three pools of 42. Only eight men will emerge from each pool for the final day of competition Oct. 30.
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