Mickey DeMorat, Son of Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Chief Mike DeMorat, Shines at U.S. Open

By  //  June 16, 2018

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On Thursday morning as the first round of the U.S. Open Golf Tournament started, Mickey DeMorat, son of Chief Mike DeMorat of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, teed off in his very first professional tournament.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Thursday morning as the first round of the U.S. Open Golf Tournament started, Mickey DeMorat, son of Chief Mike DeMorat of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, teed off in his very first professional tournament.

Throughout the day Mickey demonstrated why he is playing at that level as he ended the day just 3 strokes back from the leader. Mickey played golf at Merritt Island High School where he was a stand out golfer.

After graduation, he attended Eastern Florida State College before earning a scholarship to golf at Liberty University in Virginia where he held a 72.40 average in his final year as a senior on their Golf Team.

Mickey’s parents, family and his BCSO family could not be more proud as we are all excited for him and his very bright future.

Please join me, our entire agency, and our community in wishing Mickey luck as he continues to play today, teeing of at 2:42 P.M. and if making the cut, throughout the weekend.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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Chief Mike DeMorat is a twenty-six year law enforcement veteran. He currently serves as the Chief of Judicial Services, which includes the County Jail Complex and Court Services Unit.

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