Each and every week we are fortunate enough to get a phone call, text or email from students who say they won a tournament or shot their record score. Some set course records and each year we regularly have multiple students qualify for national events. Here at the Trent Wearner Golf Academy we often already know the results of the tournaments. We follow our players online every day and converse to discuss their play. We set up guidelines that student and coach stay in touch – that it’s more than just about the time we spend together on the lesson tee or golf course, it’s the extra time outside of that where we really can make a difference.
Trent has had 30 students (both Adults and Juniors) qualify to play in National USGA Events. On the junior golf front, Trent leads the region in junior golf coaching and player development. In 2016 two of his students won the 4A and 5A Individual High School State Championship, giving Trent a total of 11 Individual State Champs (his 7th in the last 7 years). He has had over 80 students who are playing or have played college golf and several who have moved up to playing mini-tours around the country who he still coaches (more highlights can be seen below).
We realize however it’s not just about being at the top. Each junior has different goals and abilities. Some just want to enjoy the game more, some are striving to make their high school team, others want to play college golf and others are striving to make a mark on a national level. We recognize this and match the instruction and information to each junior helping them achieve their goals. There are so many attributes that can be learned from the game of golf regardless of one’s ability that participation at any level is good for the game. The lessons learned in trying to maximize your potential in golf are applicable across a number of disciplines in life and the junior golfer who strives for this excellence will not only become the best golfer he or she can be but also the best person.
Below are some of our students’ accomplishments: