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Jeremy Hart a.k.a. volleyhart
Jeremy lives in Blacksburg, Virginia. Instead of telling you how great he is, he wanted us to use this space to remind everyone to support the Virginia Tech community by wearing Orange and Maroon today. It's a pretty cool idea sweeping the nation.

How old are you and what's your occupation?
30, I'm the president of a three-person real estate company working with Coldwell Banker. That's what's on my business card, I'm self-employed in real estate.

When did you start playing golf and what's your handicap?
I don't know, I guess sometime in high school but it wasn't until I was out of college that I got serious. Which might explain why I still suck. Handicap - according to oobgolf - is a 9.7, but when I get more rounds in this year it'll probably be closer to 14-15

How often do you play?
Once a week is the goal, twice a month is reality.

Tell me about a great shot you've made.
It was this really rare brand of tequila ...

What is your best golf memory?
My wife surprised me with a trip to play Pebble Beach last September for my 30th birthday. Broke 100 (99 is still less than 100 and my wife kept score, she's honest), shot par on the famous 7th par 3 and she got to walk the course with us - far and away the best. Augusta National for my 31st?

What is your "home" course?
I don't really have one - I rotate between the Virginia Tech Golf Course, Blacksburg Country Club and Auburn Hills. How's that for indecisive?

What ball do you play?
Right now Nike One's from my favorite State Farm agent, H2Okie, but when he's not my supplier I like Titleist NXT's

Clubs?
King Cobra Irons, Cleveland Launcher 460 a Launcher 5W

Favorite pro?
I don't think I have one

Favorite course you've played?
Pebble.

Dream course you've yet to play?
To play Pebble well.

Best round ever- and what course?
I've shot 84 twice, once at Robert Trent Jones in Hilton Head and once at Stonybrook Golf in Estero, FL

What is one aspect of your golf game you would like to improve on in the next year?
Hmmm ... I think tee to green would be a good place to start. I'd like to figure out the driver - just started playing hitting it a couple of years ago so I really don't feel comfortable off the tee.

Tell me a story.
There are so many good stories out there, like the time my friend's grandmother's house was going to be auctioned off and he saved her house by becoming a successful hockey player turned goalie. It brings tears to my eyes even now. Oh, and a 30-year old buddy of mine's dating a 50-year old.


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