Tolver is a professional golfer and golf instructor originally from Dothan, Al who currently lives in Troy, Al. Tolver splits time coaching at his two teaching academies in Dothan and Troy, Alabama. He was introduced to the game by his father at the age of two and has been in love with the game ever since.
Tolver's game improved as a junior golfer eventually rising to win junior events across the Southeast including an American Junior Golf Association Event his sophomore year of high school. After finishing his junior career ranked inside the top 30 golfers in America for the class of 2011, Tolver was offered multiple Div 1 scholarship opportunities and eventually chose to attend Troy University. While at Troy, Tolver qualified for the 2012 and 2014 US Amateur Championships, as well as capturing a win at the 2012 ASU Fall Beach Classic playing for the Trojans. Tolver's career would end for the Trojans in 2015, where he and his team would qualify for Troy's first NCAA regional since 1995. Tolver would go on to finish 2nd individually and advance to the 2015 NCAA Div 1 National Championship where he was awarded the 2015 Elite 89 Award. The Elite 89 award is given to the NCAA student-athlete who records the highest cumulative GPA while competing in a NCAA National Championship competition.
After turning professional in 2015, Tolver was named an assistant coach for the 2016 and 2017 seasons with the Troy Golf Program under head coach Matt Terry, where the Trojans were able to capture the 2016 SunBelt Conference Championship and also qualify for the 2016 and 2017 NCAA Championships. In the fall of 2017, Tolver would take his love for teaching golf as well as playing golf, and turn them into a joint career by starting his own golf academy in Troy, Al while also playing in professional events around the globe in his pursuit towards the PGA Tour. Tolver and his wife of 5 years, Kailah Dozier, still reside in Troy and enjoy being active members within the Troy community.