Corbin Sebens was named head golf coach in 2014 and has led Parkland to the NJCAA Championships four times in six seasons. Sebens competed two years at Parkland and two years at Eastern Illinois University where earned a degree in kinesiology and was named to the Ohio Valley Conference Academic Honor Roll.
Parkland College broke 300 during the final round and placed fifth in the 2019 NJCAA D-II Championship at Swan Lake Resort's Black Course in Plymouth, Ind. South Mountain CC, in a tense battle after three round, pulled away with a 9-under 279 during the final round to win its fifth national title this decade, beating runner-up Walters State CC by 19 strokes. Rounding out the top five were Mississippi Gulf Coast CC, Kirkwood CC and Parkland College. The course was par 72 and measured 6,960 yards. The average 18-hole score was 79.8 strokes. Scores were about three strokes lower on average during the fourth round.
The team's low scorer was Kristian Kristensen, who tied for eighth (76-76-73-71=296). Evan MacLean and Jalen Hodges tied for 34th at 309.
Parkland placed third in the 2018 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II Championship, 10th in 2017, 10th in 2014 and eighth in 2009.