CALLUM TARREN’S journey to one of the biggest stages in golf has been fraught with hurdles to overcome, so he should not have expected this week to be any different.
For a young man who has had to cope with flights being cancelled by the Chinese military, sleepless nights on airport floors, teeing up at the bottom of a volcano and having to run down a hillside close to the North Korean border before a huge storm hit, no wonder he feels like he can take on anything.
That probably explains how he has gone from talented amateur to rising professional and now, after this week, a competitor in a major tournament. Tarren has embarked on his first US Open journey and his preparations since qualifying have been just as eventful as the rest of his career.
As a previous member of the Columbus Cleaning Machines team, it is fantastic to see how well Callum is doing in his golf career since leaving the good ship Columbus. All of the staff at Columbus Towers are immensely proud of him and have had a little bet….so play well Callum, no pressure!!