Scott Rohrer wasn't born with a golf club in hand, but he was destined to be a great athlete. His father said they tried to put him in team sports when he was younger but that just didn't seem to interest Scott. When his dad took up the game of golf, he decided to see if Scott would get into it. It's been all golf all the time from there. Scott plays several times a week, as long as the weather cooperates. He has the temperament and work ethic that rivals some of the best professional golfers. Scott says he always strives to do his best and to be the best. His talents on the links have taken him to great places. He's played at some of the best courses in the country, including TPC Potomac, Harbor Town and many others. He's played alongside professionals. In 2016, he was invited to play in the Heritage Monday Pro-Am - alongside professional, Aaron Baddeley - held at Harbor Town course in Hilton Head Island, S.C. His favorite professional golfer is Jordan Spieth, who he's met on several occasions. Scott has participated in several Special Olympics World Games. He set the Special Olympics World Games low score record - 66 - at the 2015 World Games in Los Angeles, California.
Athlete | York, South Carolina