"You can't really get close to the flags by hitting them at the flag. You've got to use the slopes and be creative," Uihlein said. "You've got to hit every shot with a certain spin and height. You've really got to control your ball."
"It was tough for the family," Uihlein said. "It split them up a little bit. But I wanted to play with some of the best players. I wanted to be one of the best. And I figured I could do that six months out of the year. I love New England. But it's hard to get work in and be ready for competition. Golf is what I wanted to do, and they let me follow my dream."