LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - "It's a ladder, some go quick and others gradually move up and I'm on that ladder," said Lexington golfer Josh Teater.
In his fourth year on the PGA tour, Lexington's Josh Teater is climbing the ladder towards PGA success.
"It was encouraging to me because I made the cut and got two more chances. Hopefully going forward I will do better."
Teater is back in Lexington this week at Greenbrier, lending his time to the Children's Charity Classic. He then returns to the tour to prepare for the British Open next month and the PGA Championship in August.
"I got my feet wet in a major. Seeing that it's just another tournament with a lot more going on around it. That's how I approached it and how I'll do with that one."
Now with over 100 PGA tour starts, Teater says the experience, improved putting and confidence is helping him move up that ladder.
"The only way to differentiate yourself is to have confidence, and believe in what you're doing."