Player: Bailey Davis

Bailey Davis
Hometown: White Plains
University: University of Tennessee
Graduation Year: 2025
Area of Study: Economics
Soldier Honored: Richard Torres

• SEC Co-Golfer of the Week (09/28/22).
2022-23 - SOPHOMORE
• Tied for 49th place at the Landfall Tradition, shooting +7 overall.
• Notched a 54-hole score of 228 (+12) at the Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational, tying for 48th place.
• Shot -3 at the Illini Women's Invitational at Medinah, finishing tied for 26th place.
• Secured the first top-five finish (T2) of her collegiate career at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate, shooting a three-day total 10-under, 203. Davis had eight birdies on the second day to post a second-round score of 8-under (63). That second-round score of 63 was the lowest 18-hole score in Mercedes-Benz Collegiate history and is Davis' new career low.
• Finished T34 at the Cougar Classic, notching a 54-hole score of 215 (+2).
2021-22 - FRESHMAN
• Earned SEC All-Freshman honors.
• Finished tied for 45th place at the SEC Championship (+10, 226).
• Shot +15 (231) at the Clemson Invitational, finishing tied for 44th place.
• Posted a score of 241 at the Gators Invitational, finishing in 76th place.
• Shot 7-over, 223 the ICON Invitational, notching her seventh round of par or better during the third round.
• Recorded the first top-10 finish (T6) of her young collegiate career at The Ally to close the fall slate, with a three-day score of 7-under, 209. Davis used six birdies on the final day to secure a third round score of -5 (67). That third round score of 67 marked the second round in which she has scored in the 60s this season and was tied for the second-lowest score of the third round in the field of 72.
• Logged three rounds of par or better at the Jim West Challenge, including two under-par rounds of 69 and 71. She wrapped up play at the event tied for 17th at -4 (212).
• At the first Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship of her career, Davis shot +5, 218 and finished tied for 26th.
• Ahead of her Tennessee debut, Davis was slotted atop the Lady Vols' lineup. She shot +8, 224 at the Cougar Classic.
• Made headlines shortly before enrolling at UT with an impressive runner-up finish at the 2021 U.S. Girls' Junior Championship in her home state in July.
• Three-time Maryland girls 4A State High School Champion.
• No. 1 Ranked player in Maryland and No. 7 in the 2021 recruiting class, as ranked by Golfweek.
• Lone player in Maryland to win each of the County, Regional, Conference and State Championships all three years of competition (senior year canceled due to COVID-19).
• Was awarded Conference Most Valuable Player in each of her three years of high school competition.
• Two-time selection to the Washington Post’s All-Met team for golf.
• Two time USGA Girls' Junior Championship qualifier.
• Three-time Girls Junior PGA Championship qualifier.
• Finished with the conference’s lowest scoring average among boys and girls in each of her three years of high school competition.
• USGA Women's Amateur Four-Ball qualifier.
• Played varsity volleyball and golf as a freshman and was selected to first-team all-conference in both.
• Runner-up at 2021 Mack Champ Invitational.
• Eighth-place finish at 2021 Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship.
• Claimed championship at 2020 Maryland State Girls Amateur Championship.
• Finished in second place at 2020 Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Tour HJ Glove Girls Championship.
• Third-place finish at 2020 North South Junior Girls Championship in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
• Recorded a sixth-place finish (first place among juniors) at the 2020 Donna Andrews Women’s’ Amateur Invitational.
• Eighth-place finish 2020 AJGA Rolex Girls Amateur Championship, one of the most competitive junior fields in the world.
• In 2019, she took part in both the USGA and PGA Junior Girls Championships and was a medalist at the 2019 USGA Women's fourball qualifier.
• Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class academically.
• Earned placement on the principal’s Honor Roll all four years of high school.
• National Honor Society member.
• She is the daughter of Marlene Annoni and Morris Davis
• Born: Sept. 15, 2002
• Recipient of the Blanche "Sal" Vaughn Scholarship Endowment