After completing his first year of the two-year certificate program at the Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School, Keith ‘Skip’ Douglass returned home to Arizona and got some bad news: he had leukemia. He bravely battled the disease and seemed to recover. But just a few weeks before he was due back at Rutgers this fall, Skip learned the cancer had returned. He was faced with a tough decision: stay home for treatment or return to New Jersey to further his education? For Skip, it was a no-brainer. Find out what Skip chose to do and see how his classmates and Rutgers staff helped him during this tough time.
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