As a Patriots Honor Advisory member, Mack has a heartfelt commitment and understanding of the Patriots Honor's mission, diplomatic skills and a natural affinity for cultivating relationships and convening, facilitating, and building a consensus as a team. He was competitively selected as a Advisory Board for his personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for improving the lives of our service members.

Mack, who was introduced to the game of golf by his father, began playing at the age of 5 and has not set the clubs down since. Noting his past, he said it has always revolved around golf and striving to be the best he can be.

Born in Renton Washington and raised in Lebanon, Tennessee, Mack attended the Castle Heights Military Academy. Soon after graduation he continued his education and attended the University of Mississippi receiving his degree in Marketing. Wanting to play professional golf since the young age of 13 he continued to pursue his career. Since, Mack has attended PGA Q School and turned pro in 1991. Being no stranger to the competitiveness he has toured with the Web.Com and Canadian Tour.

Mack jumped at the opportunity to honor and assist our great service members. His Uncle, Naval retired and cousin, Air Force retired, Mack is aware of the impacts these service members and their families have to endure before, during and after deployment operations.

MACK-BIO-web2“First and foremost I am honored and excited to be a part of Patriots Honor Organization.I hope to make an impact on the lives of the soldiers coming home by giving my time and my help”.

He is charged and helps join grateful citizen’s show their thanks to the men and women who have sacrificed so much in service to our country.

“I believe hard work, commitment, and networking are keys to success. Family and serving my community are my core values. This is why I want to serve on the Advisory Board to the best of my ability. I am especially grateful to our injured soldiers for their sacrifice and can’t do enough to support them”.

Mack, now lives in California, only ventures back to Tennessee a few times a year as his schedule is full of tournaments. He journeys all across the nation, competing on a weekly basis.


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