What started out as way for his father to keep an eye on his kid during the summer turned into a passion. Jeremy started out working at the Walloon Lake Country Club at an early age raking sand traps, filling divots and doing random tasks here and there. Once he was able to finally get paid at the course, he moved up to bigger and better things like mowing greens and working on equipment as needed.
In high school Jeremy's career interest took a turn in a different direction where he worked in a kitchen at Lorenzo's Restaurant. He began as a dishwasher and worked his way on up the ranks. He finally becoming a saute' cook after mastering every position in the kitchen. Jeremy worked in the food industry for about 6 years honing his cooking skills at Little Traverse Bay and Walloon Lake Country Club until his calling took him back to the golf course in which he went to cut grass for his father.
Jeremy learned even more this time back to the course in which he gained valuable skills such as irrigation management, golf course maintenance practices as well as receiving his State of Michigan certified pesticide license. Jeremy was the chemical technician at Walloon Lake Country Club.