MAX GREYSERMAN
"Working with Mike on and off the course in Canada was a great experience that I won't forget.  He helped me feel at home in a foreign country and let me borrow his car to go successfully qualify for the US Open while he stayed in Canada. He always puts the players first and his selflessness did not go unnoticed"


2015-16: Named to the All-ACC Academic Team … posted a career-best 73.20 stroke average in 30 rounds over 11 events … had two top-five finishes and a pair of top-10 showings on the year … fired 13 rounds at par or better and led the team in par-five scoring (4.70) … produced seven rounds in the 60s to tie for 10th on Duke’s single-season chart … best finish was a tie for second at the Princeton Invitational, where he shot 68-67=135 (-7) in close proximity to his hometown … placed fifth at the Cape Fear National Intercollegiate with a two-under 214 (68-74-72) … tied for eighth at the Prestige at PGA WEST with a two-under 211 (69-70-72) … shot 72-69=141 (-3) at the Kiawah Classic by Aramark to share ninth place … tied for 11th at the Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational with a total of 207 (68-65-74, -8), tying the Duke 36-hole record by going 10-under over his first two rounds … his seven-under (65) second round tied for the fourth-best 18-hole performance in Duke history … member of the Duke contingent at both the ACC Championship and the NCAA Stillwater Regional.

​​JUNIOR GOLF: Rated 14th nationally in Polo Rankings ... won the 2013 N.J. Junior Championship ... finalist at 2013 St. Andrews Boys Open ... member of the 2013 Wyndham Cup East Team ... semifinalist at the 2013 North/South Amateur ... 2012 Rolex second team All-America selection ... shot 68-69-67 to win the 2012 Golf Pride Junior Classic ... reached the round of 32 at the 2012 British Boys Amateur ... recorded top 10 finishes at the Lessings AJGA Classic, The PING Invitational, Puerto Rico Junior Open and N.J. Amateur in 2012 ... placed 11th at the 2012 Junior PGA Championship ... finished fourth at the 2011 Rome Classic ... was sixth at the 2010 Junior All-Star Penn State.

STONEY CROUCH
​LIPSCOMB UNIVERSITY

Raised in Nashville, TN. In May 2017, Stoney graduated from Lipscomb University where his teams national ranking improved from 200 to top 30 in his four years at Lipscomb as well as our NCAA Championship birth. He was a Srixon All American Scholar athlete and majored in finance while also earning multiple Atlantic Sun Conference Players of the week. Stoney has known for some time that he wanted to play professionally, and is ready to make his dream a reality. In his last amateur summer, Stoney finished 2nd at the Trans-Mississippi Championship and the Southern Amateur.  Upon turning pro, Stoney was ranked 67th in the world according to World Amateur Scratch Golf Rankings. He played his first professional events in the spring of 2018, on the Swing Thought Tour, and earned two 3rd place and one 2nd place finish. Stoney is extremely excited to go North and play on the Mackenzie Tour!

EVAN BOWSER
"Tournament Caddy makes you feel at home while providing excellent accommodations at a fair cost.  Mike takes care of you like family and handles all on and off course needs. This ensures I'm at my absolute best on the golf course.  I endorse his services without any reservations!"
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Evan finished his career at Oakland University as the program's career leader in stroke average and number of rounds under-par ... First player since 2005 to win League Tournament ... First player to win a tournament as a freshman and garner all-league accolades in all four season seasons ... Tied the single-season school record with a low round of 65. His scoring average of 73.58 is tops in program history, passing current PGA Tour player Brian Stuard's 73.82 (2001-05). Broke Stuard's record for more career rounds under par at 29 ... Three-time United States Amateur Championship qualifier (2012, '13, '14). Three-time conference champion in high school. Three-time state finals qualifier.
2015-16
▪ Led team with 73.43 stroke average and ends career as program's leader at 73.58
▪ Named to Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar for second-straight season
▪ Ranked top-5 in the Horizon League in stroke average
▪ Named All-Horizon League first team for the third consecutive season
▪ Became first player in program history to be named all-conference in all four years
▪ Posted seven rounds under-par and set school's career mark at 29 rounds under-par
▪ Earned three top-10 finishes including earning fifth place at the Derek Dolenc Invitational
▪ Set school record for lowest score under-par in a 54-hole tournament with a 8-under-par 205 at the Derek Dolenc Invitational (Sept. 28-29)
▪ Placed 11th at the Horizon League Championship with a 225 (+9) after posting a opening round 70 (-2)
▪ Shot season-low rounds of 68 (-3) two times, both during the Derek Dolenc Invitational
▪ Shot a 215 (-1) at the CSU Invitational on Oct. 5-6 finishing tied for seventh
▪ Shot a two-day score of 149 (+7) at the Dayton Flyer Invitational (Oct. 19-20) placing tied for sixth 

ALEX MATLARI

DUKE UNIVERSITY - 2016-17: Competed in 37 rounds over the course of 13 tournaments … captured three top-5 finishes, three top-10 finishes and a top-20 finish … best results were two T-1 finishes at the Queens Invitational and the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate … rounded out the season with a 72.22 stroke average, third-best on the team … posted 11 rounds in the 60s, second all-time in program history to Ryan Blaum (12) … earned 2017 ACC All-Academic team and 2017 Srixon Academic All-America honors … secured a T-10 finish at the 2017 ACC Championship ... shot a 63 (-8) second round at the GCU Invitational, second lowest round of 18 in program history.

INTERNATIONAL GOLF: Current member of the German Men’s National Team ... four-time German National Junior Champion (2009-12) ... member of the German Junior National Team from 2009-12 ... tied for ninth at the 2013 Australian Amateur ... won the Doral Publix Junior Golf Classic and German Junior Masters in 2012 ... won the title at the Harder Jr. Masters after carding three under-par rounds of 67-70-66 ... finished as runner-up at the European Amateur Club Trophy (67-69-66) and German National Men’s Championship in 2012 ... placed third at the 2012 European Boys Team Championships and tied for third at the 2012 German International Amateur and 2012 Schüco Open ... suffered a broken ankle during the 2011 summer ... won the 2011 Allianz German Boys Open ... finished fourth at the 2011 Duke of York Young Champions Trophy ... place fifth at the 2011 German National Men’s Championship ... led Germany to a second place finish at the 2009 European Team Championship ... won the 2008 Evian Junior Masters Championship.

PERSONAL: Born Alexander Tomas Matlari on June 9, 1994 in Heidelberg, Germany ... son of Tomas and Martina Matlari ... both parents were professional tennis players ...father, Tomas, is CEO of Enmon LLC ... mother, Martina, also works at Enmon LLC ... has a younger brother, Phillip ... participated in the 2012 Berlitz English language program ... received Best Grade in German graduation exam in 2012 ... earned distinctions for best grade average in class in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... hobbies include fitness, music, cars and tennis ... favorite athlete is Novak Djokovic.

Tournament Caddy was extremely pleased to have the opportunity to assist a number of golfers for the 2017 and 2018 PGA Canada MacKenzie Tour.

DAVID PASTORE
"Organizing travel, lodging, transportation, and caddie services can be very difficult, stressful and expensive when playing tournaments in unfamiliar places. Mike was a huge help in allowing me to take my mind off the logistics which allowed me to focus on golf and preparing the best I can. In addition, his package deal helped save money vs traditional hotels and rental cars. Traveling together with Mike and the other players was much preferable to traveling alone because the camaraderie shared helped make being away from home easier and more fun."​​


​Born and raised in Greenwich, Connecticut, David's father first put a club in his hands while he was only 2 years old. However, as a child David enjoyed many sports including baseball, football, and basketball. It wasn't until he became a teenager that he chose to pursue golf with a more detailed focus. Through The First Tee and Met PGA Junior tournaments, David began to gather experience. David spent tenth grade attending The David Leadbetter Academy at IMG honing his skills in an intensely competitive environment. After returning to Greenwich High School, David earned back-to-back FCIAC Player of the Year Awards, including CIAC State Player of the Year in 2010 when he recorded the lowest scoring average in FCIAC history.  

After being recruited by many top Division I programs, David accepted a scholarship to play for The University of Virginia. While he did not compete in any varsity events during his first two years, he began to make a splash his junior year finishing with the second lowest scoring average on the team. In his final season, David placed in the top-20 in six of eight events including three top ten's and a Win at the Jim West Intercollegiate. He finished the year with a 71.41 scoring average for 22 rounds.

David turned professional after reaching the Final Stage of Web.Com Q-School in 2014. His first season saw him play primarily on the MacKenzie Tour PGA Tour Canada, but also included two Web.Com events and Monday Qualifying for the Travelers Championship on the PGA Tour. His 68.78 scoring average was 5th on the MacKenzie Tour.

RYAN SNOUFFER
"Tournament Caddy provides cost effective and efficient on-tour services.  Details are professionally handled allowing me to focus on playing golf." 


Ryan is a graduate of Seton Hall University. Born and raised in Sparta, NJ, and I am currently residing in Palm City, Florida where I am pursuing my professional golf career. Ryan turned professional in August of 2016 and is playing his rookie year of PGA MacKenzie Tour Canada. He hopes to earn full exempt status on the Web.com Tour by being the #1 on the money list at the end of the Canadian tour season. Ryan’s long term goals include being a top competitor on the PGA Tour within the next 3-5 years. Ryan is hardworking and dedicated to improving his game and is very grateful to have a supportive family and team around me to help me accomplish this.

2015-16:  Competed in 11 of 12 tournaments... Finished second on the team with a 74.77 stroke average for the 2015-16 academic year... Finished second on the team with a 73.42 fall stroke average... Finished third on the team with a 75.67 spring stroke average... Had one top-10 finish... Recorded seven sub-par rounds and one sub-par tournament... Led Seton Hall in three of five tournaments in the fall season... Fired a 15-over-par, 80-76-75-231, at the BIG EAST Championship... Shot an 11-over-par, 70-76-78-224, at the Rutherford Intercollegiate... Shot 28-over-par with a 76-87-77-240, at the Seattle University RedHawk Invitational... Fired a 9-over-par, 75-70-74-219, at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate... Fired a 4-over-par, 68-75-77-220, at the Loyola Invitational... Shot a 12-over-par, 70-84-74-228, at the Carlton Oaks WIU Invitational... Tied for the team lead with a 7-over-par, 73-78-151, at the Mountaineer Intercollegiate... Shot a team-best 7-over-par with a 73-76-149 at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate... Fired a 6-over-par, 67-73-82-222, at the Harford Hawks Invitational - his first-round 67 is a career-low... Fired a 3-over-par, 70-75-145, at the Navy Fall Classic... Led Seton Hall and placed sixth overall with a 2-under-par, 75-70-69-214, at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate... BIG EAST Academic All-Star.