Base Camp

May 21 Update

I noticed a fewer golfers talking about training for the hike. It will be a physical challenge, and the summer weather may be a factor. I have not started anything formal although I am a jogger.

Marathon Training: Week 1 Update

First of all, thank you for all the letters and flowers expressing concern over my rigorous training schedule. I'm happy to report that I survived the first week of training.

Pull cart? Carry? .... or Caddy?!?

In order to make it sound more manageable, I've decided to think of 100 holes as ten 9s, plus ten holes.

A Walk Worth Taking...

I'm only 25, but I am able to look back on my life and realize what the single most influential event has been to this point.

Operation Proper Exit

In 2005 Rick Kell, Co-founder and Executive Director of Troops First Foundation, made a trip to Walter Reed Army Medical Center that would change his life.

Once a Caddy, Always a Caddie

Last year watching Jim complete 155 holes last year was so amazing. He set a great example for all of us. I am so glad I will have a chance to be a part of such a great event.

Walking for The Stuttering Foundation of America

I’m thrilled to be able to hike for The Stuttering Foundation of America. Being a stutterer I know the anxiety and shame that comes from this confounding affliction.


Yesterday was productive. I sent out several emails to friends and colleagues about the Hundred Hole Hike and the responses included my first pledges.


I don't think you can ever give enough back to the kids of the world.