Bill Allcorn is in his second season as the assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma.
In his first year with the Sooners, Allcorn helped OU reached the match play quarterfinals at the 2018 NCAA Championships. The team also claimed the 2018 Big 12 Championships and won five team titles, the program's most in one year since 1989.
Allcorn comes to OU after spending two seasons as a volunteer assistant men’s golf coach with Baylor University. He also worked with Baylor’s women’s program in spring 2017.
Allcorn has also developed Explosive Golf Training, a program designed to help golfers maintain posture and balance while improving accelerating and decelerating abilities in their golf swing. He has consulted with multiple college golf programs and trained both professionals and high-level amateurs on his program.
As a golfer, Allcorn played professionally for eight years. He was the 2011 winner of the Adams Pro Tour Money List, and he earned a number of victories on the Adams Pro Tour, in state opens and in pro-am events.
Allcorn was a four-year letterwinner at Baylor. He competed in 38 tournaments during his career, claiming a title at the Bill Hill Invitational and finishing as runner-up in the 2009 Big 12 Championship.
He graduated cum laude in 2009 with a degree in economics. A two-time All-America Scholar, Allcorn was also a four-time member of the Academic All-Big 12 team and was named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll 10 times.
A native of Abilene, Texas, Allcorn lettered in both golf and basketball at Abilene High School. He and his wife, Mallory, have two children.