REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Golf courses usually need many behind-the-scenes type of individuals to help make sure operations proceed smoothly. Spring Valley Golf Course, between Reed City and Evart, has several persons like that including a middle school student from New Buffalo. Josh Kay is staying with his grandparents in the area during the summer and helping out at the course. His grandfather, Don McGreehan, is secretary of the Monday Masters League and his grandmother Sharon McGreehan, is course manager. He helps with the carts, runs errands, puts up flags for the leagues and performs other duties. \u201cI come here 9:30 to golf with my grandpa about every day,\u201d Kay said. He\u2019s been golfing for seven years and said a 40 for nine holes has been his best score. He\u2019s not sure of his average. \u201cI don\u2019t really keep track anymore, I just practice,\u201d Kay said. Golf remains his favorite sport. But Kay said he also plays golf in New Buffalo when he returns during the school year. He\u2019ll be in the seventh grade and also plays football, baseball and basketball. But right now, he has reason to enjoy his summer job. \u201cI like talking to people and playing golf,\u201d he said. Kay indicated driving is the strongest part of his game. He hopes to play golf when he\u2019s in high school. Right now, he gets to play a lot every day. The more he plays, Kay acknowledged, the better golfer he\u2019ll become.