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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Michael Tobiason Sr.
A penny saved might be a penny earned. But as a professional golfer, especially one struggling to make a living, it's about earning every single penny.
They stood around the first tee and thought about the man who wasn't there.
Last summer, Michael Tobiason Sr. walked off the golf course, his skin yellow, and soon after he died of cholangiocarcinoma — bile duct cancer. On Monday, Michael Tobiason Jr. walked off the golf course having earned a spot in next week's U.S. Open.
"If it wasn't for golf, we hardly would've spent any time together," Tobiason said. "He loved the game, and he loved to come out and caddy for me when he could and our bond got a lot stronger because of golf. That was really cool."
"I'm looking forward to it," he said. "When you've been playing this game for so long, you want to play against the best."