Jason Roets
Jason  Roets

Johannesburg, South Africa

High School:
Montverde Academy


Roets had the second-lowest stroke average on the team

Began the spring season with three straight top-10 finishes
Finished in a tie for fifth place at the UTSA/Oak Hills Invite
Shot a career-low round of 7-under 65 at the John Hayt Invite and finished in sixth place
Notched his third straight top-10 by finishing in ninth place at the Argent Financial Classic
Roets had two rounds in the 60's


• Was named to the second-team all-conference team
• Notched two third-place finishes on the year
• Finished in third to start the season at the Inverness Invite with a 216
• Shot a season-low of 213 to finish in third-place at the Argent Financial Classic as North Texas captured the overall team title
• Fired a season-low round of 70 on three different occasions


• Played in 10 of the 11 tournaments as a freshman and finished with the fourth lowest stroke average on the team
• Had his best finish at the Sun Belt Conference Championship when he finished in sixth, helping the Mean Green capture the conference title
• Had four top-25 finishes on the season
• Shot a season-low score of 69 at the Lone Star Invite
• Finished in 18th place a the William Tucker Intercollegiate
• Was tied for 20th at the All-American Invitational with a 1-under par score of 215

High School

• Was ranked as the No. 92 junior golfer in the world by Junior Golf Scoreboard
• Golfweek.com ranks Roets as the 124th best junior golfer in the world
• Played in the 2011 PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open after winning the Puerto Rico Junior Open earlier in the year
• Won the championship in a playoff to advance to the PGA Tour event
• Shot a 1-under par 71 to miss the cut by only four strokes in his first PGA Tour experience
• Finished ahead of 24 pros, including PGA Tour winners Woody Austin, Daniel Chopra, Robert Gamez, and defending champion Derek Lamely
• Won four times in 2009, including the Optimist International and the McArthur Towel & Sports Future Legends.

North Texas Mean Green