In 1974, Tutt made his professional debut with Charlton Athletic
. He was seventeen at the time. During the 1975–1976 season, he went on loan with Workington FC
for four games. In 1976, he suffered an eye injury which put him of action for eighteen months. In 1978, he returned to playing with the Arcadia Sheperds in the South African League. In 1979, he played for the Arcadia Pepsi which may have been the same team, under new sponsorship. During his two seasons in South Africa, he was twice selected as the Goalkeeper of the Year by the South African Press. In 1980, he moved to the United States where he spent one season with the Columbus Magic in the second division American Soccer League. He was an ASL All Star and moved up to the Atlanta Chiefs
of the North American Soccer League in 1981. In 1982, he finished his professional career with the Georgia Generals of the ASL. However, he continued to play for several years on the amateur level, ironically, as a forward. In 1983, as part of the Anhauser Busch team, he led the Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League (ADASL) in scoring. In 1984, he moved to Atlanta Datagraphic Soccer Club, also in the ADASL, where he played until 1988. In 1987, Datagraphic fell to Yonkers Polish American Eagles in the final of the National Amateur Cup. He retired from playing in 1988.
After his retirement from playing professionally, Tutt turned towards coaching. From 1983 to 2004, he ran various soccer training camps throughout the state of Georgia.
In 1988, he established the Canturbury Parks Soccer Complex. In 1989, he founded the Atlanta Attack of the indoor National Professional Soccer League. In 1991, he founded the men’s soccer team at Life University and coached it until the school disbanded its sports program in 2001.