Rebounds from second in Open, crowned Club Champion

Starting a new job can be an exciting time in one's life.

Increased pay, a step up the career ladder and many other perks typically come with a new position. However, while there are benefits, sacrifices must be made.

Jason Browder was forced to make such a sacrifice this summer. He started a new job at Montrose Memorial Hospital — meaning he wasn’t going to be able to golf as much as he has in recent years.

“I was lucky if I played once or twice a week,” said Browder. “But I did try to practice after work.”



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