Skip to content
National Rodeo Hall of Fame
Inducted in 2022
Woolman Tee

Woolman Tee


Team Roping, Steer Roping, Calf Roping

Tee Woolman was born December 4, 1956, in Vinita, Oklahoma. He was a team roper, steer roper and calf roper in a career that spanned from 1980 to 2007 and garnered him more than $2,000,000 in earnings. A three-time PRCA Team Roping World Champion — in 1980, his rookie year, and again in 1982 and 1991 — Woolman won the National Finals Team Roping Average five times. He showed team roping horses for Carol Rose for over 15 years with multiple AQHA world titles. In 2004 his head horse, Megazord, took honors as the PRCA/AQHA Horse of the Year. Some of his team roping partners were: Leo Camarillo, Clay O’Brien Cooper, Bobby Harris, Monty Joe Petska, Rich Skelton, Patrick Smith and Cory Petska. Woolman qualified for the Steer Roping National Finals 19 times: from 1985 to 2001, and in 2004 and 2005. He won the Steer Roping Average in 1998; was the PRCA Texas Circuit All Around Champion in 1996; and was a six-time Texas Circuit Champion Team Roper. Some of his other major wins include Cheyenne Frontier Days; California Rodeo at Salinas; San Antonio; Pikes Peak or Bust; Dodge City RoundUp; Salt Lake Days of ’47; and the Sandhills Rodeo at Odessa. Woolman resides at Llano, Texas.

More to Explore

Stay Connected

Sign up for our e-newsletter