Kelly's played in hundreds of competitive rounds of golf, but playing in the final round of the 2014 U.S. Open was a unique experience. In his words, "it was an honor...and it was special." At the last minute, Kelly was asked to play as a marker in a tee time with only one competitor, Japan's Toru Taniguchi. Fortunately for Kelly, this wasn't his first time playing in an Open. In 1995, he qualified and competed in the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. Still, this made for a special Father's Day treat to play in front of his home town crowd and 40,000 of golf's biggest fans.