"I'd love to see him win rather than me," Paul Parajeckas
said."I've had my career."
already beat Jason this week.Paul is a member at Pleasant Valley CC, and on Father's Day, he shot a 69 and Jason a 72.
Jason just completed his
junior year at the University of Connecticut
and won the New England college title by five shots last fall.He
plans to work on his
golf game for a year or two after graduation and then try to make it as a touring pro.Jason could find himself experiencing the same frustrating grind as his
has no regrets about his
Champions Tour career and believes if anybody, including his
son, wants to chase a dream, he
should do so.Jason could always use his
college degree if his
golf career didn't work out, but his
father thinks it will.
tour material.There's no question about it," Paul Parajeckas
At 6-foot-4, Jason is six inches taller than his
drives the ball 75 yards past him, and he's
a better putter.
"My dream is to see him reach his
dream and to keep it in the family," Paul
Speaking of the family, Dolly Parajeckas, Paul's
81-year-old mother, recently fell and dislocated her
shoulder, so she
hasn't been able to play at Green Hill.Usually, she
plays every day.
definitely the golf junkie of our family," Paul
Jason caddied for his
father at times in Champions Tour qualifiers, so he
knows how tough the life can be.