Quinn is a 2017 graduate of Princeton University where he played for four years on the men’s golf team. He was also a member of the 2013 Ivy League Championship team. He began his competitive junior career in 2001, playing in Illinois Junior Golf Association (IJGA) and U.S. Kids Golf tournaments. He would later compete in events hosted by the Mid-American Junior Golf Tour, American Junior Golf Association, Western Golf Association, Optimist International, and San Diego Junior Golf Association (Junior World).
Quinn won over 30 individual titles between the ages of 7 and 18, including the 2009 IJGA Player of the Year and the 2012 Illinois State Amateur. As a collegian, he won individual medalist honors four times including the 2015 Ivy League Championship.
He is currently enrolled in the Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University. He looks forward to his career as an attorney, continuing to play competitive golf, and pursuing opportunities to be involved in amateur golf.
Tom is not a New York Times or USA Today best-selling author. He is a dad who, along with his wife Mary Kay, wanted to create an environment in which his sons could play sports, learn about music, and participate in Scouts, all while doing well in the classroom.
Early on, Tom and his wife Mary Kay also wanted their sons to learn to play golf so the family could play as a foursome. Over time Quinn and his brother, Jarrett, both became very good competitive golfers and played many tournaments.
This book is a collection of experiences from two perspectives—a junior and collegiate golfer and their parent.
You can catch Tom playing golf with his buddies from school or with his wife and family. He never is given enough strokes, however, he loses money graciously.
Lessons Learned was written as a collaboration between Quinn and his father, Tom. . .