David Head was named Trevecca Director of Golf and men's and women's golf coach in December 2014. He served the previous two years as assistant coach at Middle Tennessee State. Head is a PGA professional.
Trevecca Nazarene University transitioned from NAIA to NCAA D-II and membership in the new Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC). The G-MAC Conference began full competition in 2013-14.
Trevecca Nazarene fired a final-round 287 to lock down fifh place and advance in the 20-team 2019 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional at Hot Springs Country Club in Hot Springs, Ark. Lindenwood shot three consecutive 290s to win by two strokes over runner-up Missouri-St. Louis and nine over Arkansas Tech and Ferris State, tied for third. Grand Valley State in sixth also advanced to the D-II National Championship. The number of teams advancing from this regional was determined by team performances from this regional at the previous year D-II championship. The 6,713-yard, par-71 course yielded a 75.8 stroke scoring average for the 108-player field. Adjustments for weather forced shotgun starts for all three rounds with 36 holes played the second day.
Blain Turner (73-75-69=217) tied for seventh to lead the TNU Tfojans. Ryan Rozic (79-73-69=221) tied for 17th.
Trevecca Nazarene broke a second-round tie with a closing 286 to win the 2019 Great Midwest Conference (G-MAC) Championship at the University Club of Kentucky in Lexington, KY. The Trojans took the title by 11 strokes over defending champion Findlay, Hillsdale was third and Malone fourth. The 12-team field recorded an 78.5 stroke scoring average on the 6,896-yard, par-72 course. On average, scores were elevated about three shots in the second round due to wind.
Blain Turner (73-72-72=217) Larken Whittemore (70-76-71=217) tied for first, and Turner claimed the medal in a playoff. Ryan Rozic (77-75-68=220) tied for third.
Trevecca Nazarene held second place after each round in the 2018 Great Midwest Conference (G-MAC) Championship.
The TNU Trojans placed 20th at the 20-team 2017 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional. TNU rolled up a big lead after two rounds and won the 2017 Great Midwest Conference (G-MAC) Championship.
Trevecca Nazarene won the 2014, 2015 and 2016 G-MAC Championship.
TNU won the inaugural 2013 G-MAC Championship at Hermitage Golf Club in Old Hickory, TN.
Trevecca Nazarene competed but didn't make the team cut in the fall 2012-13 National Christian Colleges Athletic Association (NCCAA) Championship.
TNU took fifth in the fall 2011-12 NCCAA Championship.