Former Big 12 Standout, PGA Caddy, Comes to Lubbock
Texas Tech men's golf head coach announced July 11 that Jeremy Alcorn will join the program as an assistant coach.
Alcorn comes to the South Plains after spending time playing on the Adams Golf Pro Tour and as a caddy on the PGA Tour.
Alcorn played four years at Baylor from 2003-07. He won four tournaments including three his sophomore year in 2004-05 to tie a Baylor school record for individual victories in a season. His 71.76 stroke average led the Bears that season and was third in the Big 12 Conference to help him earn All-Big 12 First Team honors and a PING All-America Honorable Mention selection.
He finished his collegiate career with 11 top-5 finishes (third-best at Baylor), 17 top-10 finishes (fourth-best), and 133 career rounds played (fourth-best).
Alcorn won his first professional tournament on the Adams Tour in 2009 at the Jamie Hilton Hillcrest Children's Golf Classic at Twin Rivers Golf Club in Waco - a familiar course for the Baylor grad. He won the tournament on the first playoff hole to finish at 9-under par (70-70-68-71--279).
The last few years he's found himself on the bag as a caddie on the PGA Tour. Most recently, Alcorn has spent time caddying for Brice Garnett.