Height: 6 ft. 0 in
Weight: 175 lbs
College: East Tennessee State University
Turned Pro: 1981
Birthplace: Elmira, New York
Country: United States
While playing golf at East Tennessee State University, Hulbert was a two time All American. He turned pro after graduating in 1981. He plied his trade on the various mini Tours to be found across the United States for a number of years. His first season on the PGA Tour was in 1985. He had a disappointing rookie season but he would capture his first Tour title the following season. This win came at the Federal Express St. Jude Classic where Hulbert finished a single stroke ahead of childhood friend Joey Sindelar. He also had a runner-up and 3rd place finish on his way to ending the year 21st on the money list.
Hulbert’s second win came in 1989 after a play-off. After shooting a final round of 65, Hulbert defeated Bob Estes on the first extra hole. This was one of seven top 10s Hulbert had that season and would end the year 18th in the standings. Hulbert’s 3rd and last PGA Tour win came in 1991 at the Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic where he beat Kenny Knox in a play-off. He would also have a runner-up finish on his way to a 24th place finish in the rankings.
Hulbert would have two more second places in his career but wouldn’t win again. His best finish in a Major Championship was a tie for 6th at the 1992 US Open. He lost his card in 2003 and played on and off on the Nationwide Tour for a few years. He became eligible for the Champions Tour in 2008 and has played 65 times to date, registering two top 10s.