Hunt says the past few days have been "really hard," and she is still working through her grief.
On Tuesday night, she scrolled through the messages Fredrickson sent her over the years, from recent texts to ones sent back in 2014.
"I just read those messages from him and reminisced on all the things that he had planned, not only for his future but for mine, and it's something that I'll be forever grateful for," she says.
Though so much of her life had revolved around golf, Hunt recently told Fredrickson she wanted to switch paths and become a nurse. He was one of the first people she told because she knew it would be difficult for him to hear.
But after Fredrickson's death, Hunt says she's had a change of heart.
"I don't think I can give up on his legacy," she says. "I know what he had planned for golf, and I know what he was doing.
"I want to be a part of that forever," Hunt adds. "He did amazing things."
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