Bret Guetz
Bret Guetz


Littleton, Colo.

High School:

Last College:
Oklahoma State




TCU Career Highlights
Bret Guetz has appeared in 24 tournaments in his three seasons at TCU...owns a 73.63 scoring average over 71 rounds of play...has registered six top-10 and six top-20 finishes during his Horned Frog career...also has two individual tournament titles to his credit...has been nominated for the All-America Scholar Award and the Byron Nelson Award, which recognizes the scholar-athlete of the year in college golf...was the recipient of the TCU Chancellor's Award, which is given to a student who has displayed outstanding achievement in scholarship, athletics, leadership and service to the university and the community.

2001-02 (Senior)
Has been nominated for All-America honors and was named to the All C-USA Team after one of the most outstanding seasons in TCU currently rated 50th in the nation according to the Golfweek/Sagarin ratings system...has played in 10 of the Frogs' 11 tournaments heading into the NCAA Regional...has the best scoring average of his career (72.20), more than two full strokes better than his previous best.....leads the team with six sub-70 rounds...sizzled in the month of April, earning Conference USA Golfer of the Month laurels and winning back-to-back tourney titles...set school and tournament scoring records at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational when he fired a 16-under par 200 to win medalist honors...grabbed his first tournament title at the event, besting the competition by three strokes and breaking the ASU record by one shot...fired three consecutive sub-70 rounds (68-65-67) at the event...recorded a personal best and had the second-best score in TCU history in the second round...became TCU's third conference champion over the last two decades when he won the Conference USA Championships with an 11-under par score of 205...became the first Frog ever to win back-to-back events and just the third player to win more than one title in a year...led the Frogs to their fourth conference championship in six years...has four top-10 finishes on the year, including a then-career-best third-place showing at the 49er Collegiate Classic...shot even-par golf (71-71-71) in all three rounds to help the Frogs win their second fall tournament of the campaign...tied for ninth at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate with a five-over par score of 221.

2000-01 (Junior)
Cracked the Frogs' lineup in five events in his second TCU year...logged a 74.62 scoring average after consistently posting numbers in the mid-70s...had his best finish to date when he landed in fifth place at the Cleveland Golf/Southwestern tourney...scored a 145 over two days, firing a second-round 71 to move into the top-10 rankings...tied for 24th at The Ridges Intercollegiate after carding a 54-hole score of 218 (71-73-74) to open the season...placed in a tie for 33rd position at the Las Vegas Collegiate in the spring...netted a three-day total of 223 in that event.

1999-00 (Sophomore)
Participated in nine events during his inaugural campaign in Fort Worth...achieved the first top-10 performance of his collegiate career...grabbed a share of seventh place at the Morris Williams when he shot a 220 (75-72-73)...bettered his previous best finish, which was a tie for 55th place at The Ridges Intercollegiate, by an amazing 48 spots...closed the season with four top-40 finishes in the final five events...tied for 32rd at the Chris Schenkel (219), tied for 31st at the ASU Thunderbird (219) and tied for the 38th position at the 2000 NCAA Championships...earned a roster spot for the national championships and proved his worth by firing a career-best 69 in the final round to help the Frogs finish 11th nationally.

1998-99 (Freshman)
Participated in two tournaments for the Oklahoma State Cowboys as a non-scoring player...shot a 54-hole 237 (81-79-77) at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate...tallied a three-round 223 (72-74-77) at the Maxwell by Pontiac as he finished 30th.

1997-98 (Redshirt)
Elected to sit out his true freshman season at Oklahoma State.

High School
Was a four-year letterwinner at Mullen High School in Littleton, Colo., where he played for head coach Roger Baker...was a three-time all-conference selection...won his district's championship in 1996...carried a 73.40 average his senior prep season.

Was the second-lowest scoring amateur at the Wyoming Open in 1999...placed tied for 14th at the Colorado State Amateur in the summer of 2000...picked up a victory in the 1999 Fort Worth City Amateur Championships.

Bret Henry Guetz is the son of Mike and Linda Guetz...was born on December 17, 1978, in Fresno, Calif....comes from a golfing family, as his father Mike was a collegiate golfer at Wyoming and his brother Brian played at Oklahoma State from a business management major.

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