Meet Our Staff
Teaching Professional Staff
CRAIG GRISWOLD (PGA Director of Instruction) was a First Team Collegiate All-American at the University of Oregon in 1972. Since becoming a PGA member in 1978, Craig has won the Oregon Open and the Northwest Open, as well as being awarded Oregon PGA Professional of the Year. He was inducted into the University of Oregon's Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.
Craig's lowest competitive round is 63.He believes every student can learn an athletic, repeatable golf swing.
CHRIS ROGERS (PGA Director of Golf) began his career as a golf professional in 1995 as an apprentice to renowned PGA Professionals Jerry Mowlds and Verne Perry. A Class "A" PGA professional since 1999, Chris has been an integral part of The Reserve since it opened in 1997. He currently oversees The Reserve's day-to-day golf operations.
Chris's lowest competitive round is 67. His teaching philosophy is geared towards providing students with a solid understanding of fundamentals, as well as the "cause and effect" applications of ball flight and its relationship to the clubface.
TRAVIS WEZA (PGA Teaching Professional/TrackMan Certified Master) is a graduate of Arizona State University - over the past several years he has helped hundreds of students in the Pacific Northwest reach their golfing potential.
Travis is a PGA member and one of only 58 Trackman Masters worldwide. He strives to bring quality, service, customer communication, and integrity to golf instruction. Travis offers a simple teaching philosophy: To provide all that is possibly needed for a beginner, amateur, or professional athlete to reach his/her potential in the game of golf.
CODY PITZ (PGA First Assistant Golf Professional) grew up near Green Bay, Wisconsin, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Stout in 2014. Cody's experience at multiple venues has given him the opportunity to bring many years of instruction expertise to students of all abilities. In addition to working towards attaining his Class "A" status as a PGA professional, Cody is practicing to become a certified yoga instructor as well.
RYAN BISHOP (Assistant Golf Professional) was introduced to golf through Nike Junior Golf Camps. After attending the College of the Desert for Golf and Turf Care Management, Ryan played amateur golf in the Pacific Northwest shooting his competitive low round of 70. Ryan's "Grip It and Rip It" philosophy has helped him attain great length, enabling him to shoot his low round of 67 before turning professional.
Ryan enjoys helping students create shots and scenarios where they see their true potential in their own swing.