In Episode 3, Roger travels to Namulonge Golf Course for an up-close look at what junior golf programming consists of: a lot of talent in need of more support. He also visits Entebbe Golf Club for a junior tournament, again revealing the passion and talent that already exists in Uganda.

This four-part series follows the 27-year-old Ugandan and the incredible work he's doing in his home country to grow the game of golf. The sport has changed Roger's life and he believes that it can also change the lives of many others in Uganda with the proper exposure and access to the equipment needed to play.

Roger started caddying a few years ago when his father passed away and he needed to support his family. He fell in love with golf and quickly became a low-handicap player. On his one day off every week, using his own resources, he goes into local schools and communities and teaches kids the game. Roger's personal goal is to continue to grow and learn as a teacher and become better equipped to teach kids.