KEETON PARK IS THE HOME OF TONY MARTINEZ SCHOOL OF GOLF
Director of Golf
PGA Member for 20 years and is the President of the Northern Texas PGA. Tony's Section awards include three time Junior Golf Leader, Bill Strausbaugh, and Metrol Chapter Golf Professional of the Year. In addition, he is a U.S. Kids Master Instructor and GRAA Growth of the Game Professional. His students include PGA Tour, Web.com Tour, Latin American PGA Tour, NTPGA Section Player of the Year in addition to his current students.
Head Golf Professional
PGA member for 7 years and is the Secretary/Tournament Chair of the NTPGA Metro Chapter. Brent's acknowledgements/Section awards include 2014 NTPGA Joe Black Cup Team Member, NTPGA Player Development Award, and Southwest Section PGA Assistant Golf Professional of the Year. Brent is a Certified FlightScope Professional, TPI Certified Golf Professional, and Ping Regional Fitter of the Year (2008). Brent oversees the facility's daily operations in addition to the teaching/player development programs.
Tyler enjoyed a solid amateur career, first at the University of Arizona from 2002-2007 where he was an All Pac-10 Conference selection his final season and earned his bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Physical Education. The summer after finishing college in 2007 he routed the field in the Arizona Amateur, won the Arizona Golf Association's Billy Mayfair Award with a season scoring average of 66.58, as well as becoming one of the only players ever to qualify for all three and make match play in all three major USGA events (US Public Links, US Amateur, and US Mid Amateur). Tyler has been a touring professional since 2008. In his career Tyler has racked up 20 plus wins as a pro, and finished up seasons number one on the order of merit seven different occasions on various mini tours throughout the US. He has also worked with some of the best club fitters and teachers in the game, and played along side many of the best players in the world. In 2012 Tyler went on a tear winning 5 times, including the 2012 Texas State Open. In 2013 he won four more times and qualified for PGA Canada, where he finished 12th on the money list and earned an exemption into 2nd stage. There he lapped the field with the next closest competitor being the 2015 PGA rookie of the year, then survived Final stage to earn full status on the Web.com where he kept status from 2014-2016. He also has other career highlights such as qualifying and playing in the US Open at Beth Page in 2009 and the PGA Tour's Farmers at Torrey Pines in 2010.