Player: Hunter Wolcott

2021-Hunter Wolcott
Hometown: Burns, Tennessee
University: University of Tennessee
Area of Study: Finance
Expected Graduation: 2020
Soldier Honored: Frank D. Bryant



  • In his first appearance at NCAA Championships, tied for 67th place and shot 9-over

  • Recorded his sixth career top-five finish at the NCAA Noblesville Regional and was Tennessee highest finisher on the way to the Vols qualifying for their first NCAA Championships since 2013, shooting all three rounds par or better and 6-under overall

  • Registered his sixth top-15 finish of the season—as well as his fifth straight top-20 finish—and was Tennessee's second-highest finisher at the SEC Championships, shooting 3-over and tying for 12th place

  • Was the second-highest finishing member in Tennessee's lineup at the Country Club of Birmingham Invitational, tying for 11th place

  • Had his fourth top-15 finish of the season at the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship, tying for 14th place and shooting 2-under

  • Recorded his fourth top-20 finish of the season at the Tiger Invitational, shooting 3-under 213 and tying for 20th place

  • Was Tennessee's highest finisher at the LSU Invitational, shooting 4-over 220 and tying for 13th place

  • Shot 8-over 218 at the Gators Invitational and tied for 99th place

  • Recorded his second top-10 finish of the season in the fall finale at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, shooting three rounds of par or better on his way to a tied for 10th place finish in which he shot 5-under 205

  • Shot 2-over 215 and tied for 53rd place at the Vanderbilt Legends Collegiate

  • Opened the fall by recording his fifth career top-five finish by shooting 4-under and tying for second place at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational


  • Completed his degree in Finance in May

  • After shooting an 80 (+8) in round one, rebounded to shoot 70 (-2) and 67 (-5) in rounds two and three during Tennessee's team win at the Lamkin Grips San Diego Classic, finishing tied for 24th place

  • Gave Tennessee its best finish at the Puerto Rico Classic, shooting 215 (-1) and tying for 28th place

  • Named 2019 Tennessee Amateur Golfer of the Year by the Tennessee Golf Association

  • Tied for 49th after carding a 224 (+8) at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate

  • Carded a 209 (-7) to finish tied for 10th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate

  • Finished tied for 2nd at the Intercollegiate at the Grove, carding a 140

  • Recorded a 10-over par and finished tied for 40th at the Inverness Intercollegiate

  • Carded a 227 at the Carpet Capital Collegiate, finishing tied for 42nd


  • Carded a 217 (+4) and finished tied for 21st at the NCAA Regionals

  • Finished tied for 4th at the SEC Championships where he carded a 205 (-5)

  • Recorded a 211 (-5) at The Hayt for a 1st place finish

  • Shot even (E) at the Southwestern Invitational and tied for 10th

  • Carded a 209 (-7) and tied for 12th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate

  • Recorded a 226 at the Maridoe Intercollegiate and tied for 30th

  • At the Inverness Intercollegiate, he carded a 216 (+3) and finished tied for 4th

  • Shot 4-over and carded a 220 overall to finish tied 34th at the Carpet Capital Collegiate


  • Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll

FRESHMAN - 2016-17

  • His second-round 71 and his third-round 72 contributed to Tennessee's team victory at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate on March 21 at Kingsmill Resort

  • Carded career-low even-par 70 in third round of Sea Best Invitational on Feb. 7 at TPC Sawgrass

  • Tied for 13th at 2-over 218 at East Bay Deli Classic from Oct. 30 through Nov. 1 at Turtle Point Golf Course

  • Tied for 30th at 2-over 218 in collegiate debut at the Carpet Capital Collegiate from Sept. 9-11 at The Farm Golf Club


  • Took the title at the 2016 Capital City Golf Association Open; his father, Bob, is a two-time winner of that event

  • Tied for eighth at the Magnolia Amateur (2016)

  • Took third at the TSSAA AAA Golf Championship (2015)

  • Qualified for the 2015 U.S. Junior Amateur

  • Earned a top-20 finish at the 2015 Tennessee State Open

  • Named Golfweek Junior Boys Player of the Week (03/01/15 - 03/07/15)

  • Tied for 17th at the 67th Annual SunTrust State Open Championship (2015)

  • Crowned winner of the Dickson High 11-3A golf tournament at GreyStone Golf Club (2014)

  • Tied for 11th at the 2014 Chattanooga Choo Choo Invitational in the amateur results

  • Placed in the top-20 at the Southern Junior tournament and the IMF Junior World Golf Championship (2014)


  • Native of Burns, Tennessee

  • Father, Bob Wolcott, is a former PGA professional

  • Older brother, Ben Wolcott, was a member of the Ole Miss golf team from 2013-17

  • Followed the legacies of both his father and brother to play golf at Dickson County High

  • Majoring in Finance (graduated May 2020)

  • Recipient of the Kent Withers, Jr. Golf Scholarship Endowment

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