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Alabama Welcomes Molly Brown Davidson to the Women’s Golf Program

Alabama Welcomes Molly Brown Davidson to the Women’s Golf Program

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama head coach Mic Potter announced the addition of Molly Brown Davidson to the women’s golf program. Davidson, a native of Springville, Ala., comes to Tuscaloosa after an exceptional career at St. Clair County VPA.

Molly Brown Davidson | Springville, Ala. | St. Clair County VPA

  • 2023 Rolex Junior All-American and ranked No. 22 in the nation
  • 2022 Alabama State Champion
  • 2022 Alabama Women’s Player of the Year
  • Named to Team USA for the 2023 USGA National Development program
  • Competed in the two Epson tour events, making the cut in both
  • Participated in the 2023 Wyndham Cup (AJGA)
  • Low medalists for two U.S. Girls Junior qualifiers
  • Competed in the three straight Alabama Southern Junior Cups (2021-23)
  • Finished in a tie for 22nd overall at the 2022 U.S. Girls Junior Championship
  • Personal-bests in tournaments include an 11-under par 61 at Trussville Country Club and Bent Brook Golf Club
  • Won an AJGA event when she captured the Junior at Canebrake title
  • Won two boys’ high school tournaments
  • Won nine out of 10 high school tournaments as a freshman
  • Member of the National Honor Society

Coach Potter on Molly Brown Davidson: “We couldn’t be more excited that Molly Brown Davidson will be joining our Crimson Tide Golf Family next fall. Both (assistant coach Susan Rosenstiel) and I have been following Molly’s progress for years and have always been impressed. When we were finally able to talk with Molly and her family we knew she was a great fit for our program, not to mention her many accomplishments on the golf course. I am confident that Molly will make our team better, and that she will represent The University of Alabama in a way that will make us all proud.”

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