In April, 2010, a 30-year-old man named Dan quit his day job in an attempt to become a professional golfer. He was set in mind and determined it would be possible when walking away from a well-paying gig as a commercial photographer in Portland, Oregon. The only caveat was that he had zero experience with golf and basically no experience with athletics in general. He was, and is, pretty much average by most standards. 5’9″ and 150 Lbs, played a bit of tennis as a kid, ran cross country freshman year of high school then took to different interests for the remainder of high school and through university. Dan wasn’t exactly a couch potato, but was much closer to that than to Usain Bolt.