2013 Ram Masters Invitational - Day 2 (Don Reichert)
Bret Guetz begins his second season as the Rams' men's golf assistant coach in 2013-14, after eight years as a professional golfer on the Nationwide and Canadian Tours. He works with the team to enhance player development, while encouraging athlete's personal growth and maturity.
In 2003, one year after he graduated from college, Guetz participated in the U.S. Open. He later became a member of the Canadian Tour from 2005-07 and won the 2007 Canadian Tour Championship.
Following his stint on the Canadian Tour, Guetz joined the Nationwide Tour, one of the top three professional tours in the world. As a member from 2008-10, he achieved seven top 25 finishes.
Guetz graduated Magna Cum Laude from TCU in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in business management. While there, he led the Horned Frogs to a seventh place ranking his senior year and capped off his final collegiate season ranked 31st individually. He was named an All-American in 2002, a scholastic All-American 2001 and 2002 and he was a four time scholastic all-conference recipient. He was also a Byron Nelson Award finalist, which is given to the top national scholar-athlete of the year in men's golf.
Guetz is married to the former kelley Brown and the couple has two sons, Henry and Colin.