Meet the Team
Head of Instruction and Player Development
Scott grew up in Phoenix, AZ, and graduated from Washington High School where he lettered in five sports. Scott won two state golf titles, two soccer titles, and two regional baseball titles. After high school, Scott enrolled at Glendale Community College where he played baseball and golf. Following an arm injury Scott focused his attention on golf. At GCC, Scott was the third ranked player in the country during his freshman year and first in his sophomore year; Scott had the lowest scoring average in the country. Following education Scott decided to play golf professionally, and joined the Western States mini tour and had moderate success. While playing, Scott was offered a position with Landmark Golf Company and relocated to Laughlin, NV, for three years as an assistant golf professional. Scott then made his way to Landmark Golf Club in the Palm Springs desert where he assisted in hosting the annual PGA Tour Skins Game from 1999-2003. He returned to Phoenix in 2004, and accepted a job with Troon Golf at Anthem Country Club where he served as the men’s and ladies club chairmen until coming aboard Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia in the fall of 2008.
“No two people swing alike but with the use of proper fundamentals anyone can improve. I structure the instruction to the students needs and ultimately find a way to communicate the best way they know how to learn. Our goal is to make sure you improve in each lesson and become the player you’ve hoped of being.”
- 9 Career Aces
- 1994 - Junior College Player of the Year
- 1997 - Southern Nevada Open Champion
- 2000, 2001, 2002 - PGA Desert Champion
- 2001 - Southern Cal PGA Section Assistant Champion
- 2001 - Fantasy Springs Open Champion
- 2001, 2002 - PGA Desert Chapter Assistant Champion
- 2001, 2009 - PGA National Assistants Championship Participant
- 2004, 2007 - Gateway Tour Member
- 2009 - Antigua Team Challenge Champion
- 2010 - Southwest PGA Pro-Assistant Champion
- 2011 - Sedona Open Champion
- 2014 - Montana Open Champion
Brad Howard, PGA
Head Golf Professional
Brad Howard, a Chicago native and graduate of Rutgers University’s Golf Course Turf Management School, is Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia’s Head Golf Professional and Guys & Gals Program instructor.
Brad’s background is both in the turf industry as well as a golf professional. After moving to Arizona, he was involved in the start-up of Grayhawk Golf Club, and also worked for Troon Golf Management during the grow-in process of the Pinnacle Course at Troon North Golf Club in 1995.
Brad then realized his passion was more for the game of golf. Brad made the transition into the golf professional side of the business in 1999, and was elected to PGA membership in 2006. Brad has served at several valley clubs including Desert Forest Golf Club, Los Caballeros Golf Club and Arizona Country Club.
Brad is happily married to his wife Lorie of 17 years, and they have two sons, Blake, 14, and Benjamin, 12. When not at the golf course, Brad enjoys playing volleyball, hiking, cooking and spending time with family and friends.