Entering her 19th season at the helm of the Tennessee Women's Golf Program, Head Coach Judi Pavon has led Tennessee to unprecedented success, including 10 NCAA Championship appearances in the last 15 years. Announced as UT's head coach in 2000, the former LPGA Tour player and collegiate All-American has brought experience as a student-athlete, coach and professional with a level of enthusiasm and attitude for winning that is contagious and inspiring.

Over the last 18 seasons, the Volunteer golf program has been a force in the Southeastern Conference and on the national level under Pavon. During her career at Rocky Top, the 2006 SEC Coach of the Year has led the Big Orange to 11 NCAA Championship appearances, including four straight berths from 2009-12. The Helena, Mont., native holds the Rocky Top coaching records for head-to-head wins (2,004) and tournament titles (20).


Chas Narramore joined the Tennessee staff in November 2018 and enters his first season as assistant coach with the women’s golf program.

Narramore arrived on Rocky Top after spending the fall season as the assistant coach at Middle Tennessee.

He helped guide the Blue Raiders to two top-three finishes, including a runner-up showing at the Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate. In five events this fall, he helped guide five Blue Raiders golfers to top-25 finishes, including at least one in each event that the team played.

“I’m really excited about Chas,” Tennessee head coach Judi Pavon said. “He has all of the background in an assistant coach that I was looking for. I think it’s great when you have a great player come in, because it immediately elevates the play of the team. He will really help up with putting and short game.


Former professional player Luis Pavon, husband of Head Coach Judi Pavon, is in his fifth season as a volunteer assistant coach at Tennessee.

As a coach, the former Alabama star helped the 2015-16 team to an eighth place finish at the SEC Championship and 16th place finish at the NCAA Championship.

With Pavon's assistance, the Orange and White carded 11 top-10 placements, including a runner-up finish at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship during the 2015-16 season.

The Mexico City-native helped the Vols set a new school record in the 2015-16 season as Tennessee recorded its lowest 54-hole tournament score (838) at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. Individually, Anna Newell set two NCAA records at the tournament--54-hole record for total strokes and relation to par--with an 18-under 198.

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