February 28, 2018
In the 98th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Regional Manager of the Northeast at the American Junior Golf Association and former NCAA DIII Golfer, Patrick Cansfield.
“At the end of the day, I want to be remembered as a person who was always there to help others.” It seemed he faced roadblock after roadblock in the pursuit of his dreams to play golf at the highest level he could attain, but there was no obstacle too big for Patrick Cansfield to overcome. Walking boldly through every door opened to him, Patrick simply would not quit until his goals were achieved, noting that the closing of one door only meant the opening of another. I had the privilege of going to Oglethorpe University with Pat and witnessing a small part of his journey. His determination both in and out of the classroom was unmatched, and he is certainly a person who left an impact on our university as someone who always helped others. As he tells his story through athletics and beyond, his humility and the tireless work ethic he possesses shines through, and I know you will be as inspired as I am by the journey of Patrick Cansfield.
To learn more about the American Junior Golf Association, you can visit https://www.ajga.org/index-normal.asp and follow the AJGA on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You can also follow AJGA Careers and Media on Twitter. If you would like to keep up with Patrick, you can follow him on Instagram and Twitter.
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