TESTIMONIALS

"Tracy & Staff,

Thank you for all of your help. I truly appreciate everything you do for all of the junior golfers. It means a lot, and with out a doubt you have had a big positive influence on my life. I am very very pleased to inform you that I have attained a scholarship from Seattle University. I committed a couple of weeks ago. I am very excited to start playing college golf! I wish it would start right now! Thanks again for everything!! I mean it! I'm sure I will see you in the fall for at least a couple RMJGT events. Talk to you soon!!

Sincerely,
Nick Baker"
 


To Everyone at CGSA,
Thank you so much for all of your help and communication during the college recruiting process. We could not have done it with out you!! It is such a vast undertaking and you gave us a great template and a direction to go. Throughout the process the more we did the more you were able to help. In the end, our son had numerous options and he was able to make the best golf and college decision for him. I hope everyone that has aspirations of playing college golf takes advantage of your wonderful service.
Thanks again,
Justin Krantz
 


"Playing for the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf tour has been a great experience for me. It has provided me a venue to grow as a golfer, but more importantly as a person. I decided the summer before my junior year of high school that I wanted to play college golf, but knew that achieving that goal would require a lot of improvement in my golf game. I have played in many RMJGT tournaments in the past two years, and there is no question that my game has improved. Furthermore those tournaments allowed college coaches to watch me play, specifically the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Women’s coach. This past November I signed to play golf at UCCS, and it was because of the Rocky Mountain tour that my dream became a reality"
Alex Darwin
 


As the head golf coach at Colorado School of Mines I spend countless hours recruiting different junior events. I can honestly say RMJGT is one of the most efficient, and well-run golf tours in the country! For golfers looking to play at the next level I would highly recommend them."
Tyler Kimble
 


CGSA is a great resource while going through the recruiting process. Without Tracy and Vince I would not be playing golf at the college level. They make a huge effort to get college coaches to tournaments, and they communicate with coaches about you as a player. Tracy did just that for me while I was working on getting recruited to play at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. In addition, CGSA provides a great website for coaches to look at your stats, and other information that you share about yourself. There is no question in my mind that CGSA is the tool to use while working to get a golf scholarship.
Alex
 


Let me tell you how Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour and the CGSA prepared me to play collegiate golf. First and foremost was the experience of playing in the 36 hole tournaments that we're run like and felt like professional tournaments. Secondly, the professionalism and warmth of the Cologne Family and their concern for the player yet ability to hold you accountable to teach you the lessons now rather than later in your career. The courses they have for you to play are outstanding,challenging and test you and your abilities. The CGSA is invaluable in getting you out there and connecting with colleges and coaches. The player profile is viewed by many coaches and you can update it actively. I always have been confident in my ability to play at the college but without the RMJGT and CGSA and the Cologne family I am not sure if it would have happened. I have verbally committed to Southern Arkansas University and Coach James Robertson for the fall of 2015. Much of the thanks go to my family in supporting me over the years but Tracy,Vince and family have my endless appreciation in helping take my game to the next level.
Evan Buchalski
 

Just wanted to give you a quick update.  The last two months have been a whirlwind. Clare has been on several visits to different Universities and just recently got back from New York—University at Albany.  She actually liked all the universities that she visited but it came down to making a decision between Montana State and Portland State.  After some thought and deliberation she decided to commit to Montana State and will be signing her letter of intent on November 14th!!—YEA.  The overall process was a little overwhelming, so it was nice to see Clare finally just relax and smile during and after her conversation with coach Bayse.  

So, that is the latest.  I also wanted to thank you for always taking time to talk with me while at the tournaments and thank you for your interest in and help with Clare. Your insight has been very helpful and I appreciate your time. Look forward to seeing you in Phoenix.
Dirk
 


Its hard. Its hard wanting to give your kids, your golfer a chance to fulfill their dreams. We found through friends, a group called the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour. They offered competition. Competitions beyond our backyard. Its scary out there. Scary for the kids to “go play” golf with people they don’t know. Its OK though. Dad can caddy. Mom and sister can follow you in a cart. We will help you spot balls, we will make sure we have snacks and water. Its OK we will be there too.

 We have been with RMJGT 3 years now. We found an environment in which Sean grew. An environment which welcomed him, fulfilled his competitive spirit, taught him how to win, how to look you in the eye and say thank you; how to lose, how to sincerely congratulate the opponent and still leave him with a desire to return and do it again.

 Tracy and Vince have put together a vision with compassion, honesty and trust. For Sean, he had learned winning comes at the end of the round but the round is a beginning to another door. RMJGT has placed those doors before us, challenged us to walk through. It is about the journey. The journey of dreams.

Peter & Lynn Benson
Sean and Samantha
 


Tracy! Thanks for doing an AWESOME job in promoting junior golf. We know it is not about the money cause it really takes a lot of dedication and passion for anyone to do what you & your family does for all the junior golfers. You are giving them the opportunity and platform to show case their talent. Thank you! We are blessed to make your acquaintance.

alicia & carl

 


“ I am delighted and feel honored to have won RMJGT Player of the Year. I would like to thank Tracy and Vince for all they have done to help me advance my golf. I would not have been able to post these improvements without the RMJGT and the awesome tournaments that they run. I asked one of the DI golf coaches which tournaments I should be playing through my Junior and Senior years and they told me they do not look at AJGA as much anymore and that RMJGT and big regional and national events would be the best way to go, so I plan to continue playing in a lot of the RMJGT tournaments. Thank you again for all you do!”

Thank you!
 


Tracy,
I am happy to let you know that I have officially signed with Lewis University, and will have my school signing ceremony on Wednesday! I want to thank you and Vince so much for being such an amazing help throughout this whole process. It's something that I and my family couldn't have done alone, and you have given us everything we needed to help my dream of playing college golf come true. You've always been there for us and believed in me even when I didn't. Thank you so much, I couldn't be grateful.
Braden Bentley
 


Hi Tracy!
I wanted to let you know that Patrick has signed a National Letter of Intent (picture attached) with Missouri Western State University. We are all really excited about this new opportunity for him. May and I want to thank you and Vince for all the support you have given Patrick over the last several years. We have really enjoyed participating in the RMJGT. You both do an awesome job in promoting junior golf and giving the kids the confidence they need to move forward.

Thanks again for everything and we will see you in Phoenix at the TOC.
Bob and Mary McCarthy
 


Hello Tracy,
I would like to let you know that I recently just verbally committed to Northwest Nazarene University and I am signing this Tuesday. I just personally wanted to thank you for what you and the entire Rocky Mountain Jr golf Tour staff has done for me and my game. You guys were a big part in this and I wanted to make sure that you knew that. My golf game wouldn't be anywhere where it is today without the help of RMJGT. I can't wait for the Tournament of Champions and the RMJGT state cup coming up this December and the new season up ahead. Thank you once again for what you have done for my family and me.

Sincerely, Henry Bernard
 

Hi Tracy and Vince,
I would like you to know how much we appreciate both of you, RMJGT, and College Golf Scholarship Advisors. With your thanks, we are pleased to announce that Cam has signed a letter of intent to play golf for Oregon Tech! We are thrilled that he can play NAIA while studying Renewable Energy Engineering. The opportunities your present are amazing and the outcome is even better.

Beth Barnhardt
Thank you!

Griffin Barela committed to play golf for the University of Wisconsin. This would not have been possible if not for the CGSA and RMJGT. As you know he was a late starter to golf, beginning play as he entered 8th grade. RMJGT provided a place for him to compete with high level players on wonderful golf courses while allowing him to grow his game. We associate much of his passion for the sport to his early days competing on this tour and are truly grateful that it was available to him. Please keep up the good work!

I just wanted to let you know that I signed my NLI! I just wanted to thank you! Your program really helped me get out there and now I get to play for my dream school with a really awesome coach and super nice girls. Thank you for helping me! I really appreciate it.

Sincerely,
Amelia Lee 2017
 

Its good Tracy. I've know for quite some time now that I will be attending Willamette University and playing golf for them next year. A little over a week ago I reached out to the Denver University golf coach because I had met with him on an unofficial visit a year ago. I just wanted to see where he was at and see if my recent score at Trophy Lake was of interest to him. But he never e-mailed me back. I didn't really get too much interest from other schools but I am happy with the opportunity that has presented itself. Willamette is a great school academically and is one of the top 30 golf schools for DIII. I know that I am good enough to play at a higher level, but the Willamette coach was the only one that asked me to come down to the campus and meet with him on an official visit. I can see myself thriving there because the coach has belief in my game and how good I could be.

Honestly, since I was about 13, my one goal in golf was to become good enough to get invited to attend and play for a DI golf program. I realize now that I didn't dream big enough. Not even close. I consider myself a quality athlete, student, and person and always thought that there would be boundless opportunities for me when it came to playing college golf. But the truth is, you have to reach out and grab it. Opportunity and success doesn't just come out and reach for your hand, you as a person have to realize what it is you want and then follow it through to fruition.

I can sincerely say that this experience and struggle of acceptance and trust has helped me to become more aware of HOW and WHY I keep moving forward.

I want to thank you Tracy for all that you've done to help me throughout my junior golf career. From sending my profile out to colleges, to running the tournaments I have played in. Thank you. Without your help I doubt I would have ever found a great University like Willamette.

When it comes to anything in my life, whether it's golf, school, PE, chess, board games even, I've always wanted to play my best and compete against the best. I love to win. But I think what I love even more than winning is the challenge. The challenge to prove myself, the challenge to beat the best, the challenge of getting up every day knowing that someone out there is working harder than I am right now. That is what I love. That is why I am addicted to the game.

Thank you so much for checking in on my progress. I'll keep in touch during my time at Willamette.

Thanks,
Ben Graham
 

Hi Tracy

Sure is great to see pic of you at the tournament, hope all is going great for you. I just want to let you know that I signed with Idaho State University last night and wanted to thank you for all that you have done for me and the advice that you have given me, every time we talked you made sure I understood before moving on to the next subject. It nice to talk to someone that knows what's going on since this ( talking to coaches and schools ) is all new to all of us. So again thank you very much and I look forward to seeing and talking with you hopefully very soon.

Lexi DeChon
Go Bengals
 

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