(Portland, OR – June 24, 2014) – In many ways, Scott Harrington maintains the same goal he has had during his 11 years as a professional golfer: to put together one or two big weeks to catapult himself onto the PGA TOUR.
But if Harrington, a 33-year-old Portland native who competes on the Web.com Tour, does finally get himself onto professional golf’s biggest stage, it won’t be because of a fluke week in which he makes every putt. Instead, it will be part of a progression in which he has improved, learned and waited patiently for his opportunity.
“I feel like I’m a much better player than I was when I was younger and playing out here, and I feel like I’m more prepared to have success,” he said.
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By Mike Tokito | firstname.lastname@example.org
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