He started playing the game in 2010 after his military career. In 2012, Khary dedicated more time to developing his skill level within the game and began keeping record of every round he played. In a year, with support from two golf groups in Hawaii; DaKine and Par or Better golf clubs, he improved his handicap from a 26 to a 6.
In 2017, Khary enrolled in the Golf Academy of America in San Diego to discover how he can grow the sport. He graduated with honors by mid-2018. In May of 2019, he was invited to join a social media group, then called The Black Golfers Association with 536 members at the time. Khary quickly became the ambassador of the group after being promoted to administrator. He is often accredited with the group’s organic growth to 25k members by spring of 2021.
Fully committed to growing the game of golf, Khary strives to educate the social community on golf’s history, triple the participation level of play in the golf community, and to celebrate all endeavors to grow the sport. He is in high hopes that his efforts will diversify the game’s representation at the professional level and create more opportunities for employment in the golf industry.