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Fletcher Wunderlich

Fletcher's Profile

(Updated August 2019)
year
Freshman
hometown
Port St. Lucie, Fla.
high school
Port St. Lucie

Before Florida State:

  • Three-time St. Lucie County champion out of Port St. Lucie High School.
  • Won the District 22-2A title twice.
  • Matched the best finish in the state championship by a St. Lucie County golfer, finishing runner-up in 2018.
  • Won the region championship in 2018.
  • Recorded three Top-11 finishes on the Florida Junior Tour in 2019, including a third-place finish at Palm Aire Country Club.
  • Posted two Top-7 finishes on the Florida Junior Tour in 2018, placing fourth at Brooksville Country Club.

All About Me:

  • Major: Sport Management.
  • Nickname: Fletch.
  • Explain the first job you ever had: Working at a nice golf course so I could practice there and train with great players.
  • Who are some of the professional golfers you idolize? Rickie Fowler because of the way he carries himself and treats his fans.
  • What is something many people don’t know about you? Both of my parents were elite professional athletes. (Father: Eric Wunderlich – 1996 Summer Olympic swimmer who finished sixth in the 200 breaststroke in Atlanta; Mother: Ann Grossman-Wunderlich – professional tennis player who played from 1987-1998 and was ranked as high as 29th on the WTA Tour).
  • If you could pick one person to meet, who would it be and why? Arnold Palmer because of his love for the game and how he treated his fans. I think he was the most beloved golfer ever.
  • What is the biggest reason you chose FSU? I chose FSU because here it is one big family and everyone supports everyone. I realized that and knew this was the place to be.
  • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? I enjoy playing tennis with my family and fishing with some buddies of mine.
  • If you could choose a song to be introduced to coming out to the first tee, what would it be? Thunderstruck by AC/DC.
  • What is one topic outside of golf that you could have a long conversation about? Tennis.
  • Up to this point, what’s the greatest thing that’s happened in your life? I think coming to FSU because it is a big step and will change my future forever. I am more excited being here than anything else.
  • What skill or craft would you love to master someday? I would love to be a better fisherman.