Meet the Team
TRACY COLOGNE – Tournament Director
Tracy has lived in Colorado most of her life. She resides in Monument with her husband, Vince and sons, Max and Garrett. She has facilitated over 600 junior golf tournaments in the past 7 years. She is a USGA rules official and has developed numerous relationships with college coaches throughout the nation. She is an EXPERT in developing junior players and taking them to the collegiate level. Working with youth is her passion and she believes golf is a confidence builder. “Having good self-esteem is essential for these young people to pursue their dreams.”
TRENT WEARNER – Director of Golf Instruction
Trent is a respected PGA member and teacher, as well as a member of an elite group of the nation’s top instructors (AMF Instructor Division). In 2004 at age 31, Wearner became the youngest recipient of the Colorado PGA Teacher of the Year award. Since then he has been thrust into the national arena earning the following accolades:
- Top 20 Teacher in America Under 40 – Golf Digest
- PGA Teacher of the Year – 2004 Colorado Section
- Top Teacher in the Southwestern U.S. – GOLF Magazine
- Top 50 Kids Teachers in America – U.S. Kids Golf
- Best Teachers in State – Golf Digest
- He is also the author of popular practice book, Golf Scrimmages.
He is founder of The Trent Wearner Golf Academy which leads the way in Junior Golf in the Rocky Mountain Region.
Garrett is an alumni of the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour, as well as many other high level junior golf tours. After his playing career, Garrett joined the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour staff and has now run over 300 Junior Golf Tournaments. Because Garrett has been through the process, he can not only relate to these young players, but also help guide them towards a future of playing collegiate golf.
Max has also grown up playing junior golf with RMJGT as well as other highly ranked organizations. He has helped facilitate over 300 junior golf tournaments and understands how to direct a well planned event. Max will help develop young players into higher lever golfers that may want to play in college or simply just want to enjoy playing the game at a higher level.
RILEY ANDREWS – Founder and Owner of Elite Golf Schools of Arizona
As the Founder of EGS, Riley constantly works with the coaches and students to help them understand simple systems to shoot lower scores.
By understanding these systems, it becomes easier for players to understand what it takes to become a great player. He is a firm believer in “practicing with the purpose to improve one’s ability to score.” He also has extensive background in sports psychology, muscle dynamics, and biomechanics. The blending of his knowledge of the mind and body accompanied with his playing experience will ensure that all players reach their goals and aspirations. His playing resume includes:
- Playing professional for 2.5 years with one career win
- 2011 Athlete of the Year at University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
- 2007 (September) Athlete of the Week, University of Colorado – Boulder
- One Career Collegiate Win and over 15 top-10’s
- 2004 CHSAA 5A Colorado State Championship Medalist
- 2005 Colorado Junior Stroke Play Champion
- Low Round in Competition, 63
TYLER BISHOP – Director of Instruction Elite Golf Schools of Arizona
As the Director of Instruction at Elite Golf Schools of Arizona, Tyler believes in total player development. This development encompasses on and off course development that will improve a player’s ability to become successful in golf. Tyler specializes in collegiate development with the goal of helping students in obtaining golf scholarships to proven and successful universities. His students will leave each session with a sense of purpose and an understanding of their own goals. His playing resume includes:
- Playing Professional for 4 Years with 4 Career Wins
2009 Golfweek #1 Ranked DII College Player in Nation
- 2010 Athlete of the Year at University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
- 4 Career Collegiate Wins and over 20 Top-10’s
- Low Round in Competition, 63