Bryce Wallor was named UCF head coach in July 2009. He spent the previous five seasons as assistant coach at University of Tennessee. Wallor was head golf coach at University of Connecticut from 2000-02 and assistant coach at Davidson in 1999-2000.
Central Florida left Conference USA and joined the new American Athletic Conference (The American) on July 1, 2013.
Central Florida concluded its shortened spring 2020 season with a third-round rally shooting 2-under 286 to lock down 11th place at the Southern Highlands Collegiate at Southern Highlands in Las Vegas, NV. Southern Cal shot 6-under the first two rounds and held on for a two-stroke win over Texas. Texas Tech took third, and Florida was fourth in the 16-team tournament. The course played to par 72, 7,374 yards with an average 18-hole score of 74.4 strokes. Players posted 60 sub-par rounds over 54 holes.
The Knights' Johnny Travale tied for ninth at 2-under 214 (71-76-67), and Teddy Tetak tied for 23rd (74-74-70=218).
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Central Florida improved its scores each round to take third, one shot out of second, in the 2019 The American Championship.
Central Florida competed but failed to make the 54-hole cut in the 2018 NCAA D-1 Championship, placed second in the NCAA D-1 Kissimmee Regional, and third in the American Championship.
Central Florida tied for 14th at the 2017 NCAA Championship, won the NCAA D-I College Grove Regional, and placed fourth in The American Championship.
Central Florida placed fifth in the 2016 The American Championship, and third in 2015
UCF finished seventh in the 2014 NCAA D-I San Antonio Regional, and second in the inaugural 2014 American Conference Championship.
Central Florida tied for 16th at the 2013 NCAA Championship, ied for second in the NCAA D-I Tempe Regional, and placed third in the Conference USA Championship.
Central Florida tied for 19th at the 2012 NCAA Championship, placed fifth in the the NCAA D1 West Region Championship, and took second in the Conference-USA Championship.
Central Florida tied for 10th in the 2011 NCAA Southeast Regional.
UCF won the 2010 Conference USA tournament.
In the school's first national tournament appearance, the Knights finished in a tie for 10th with Georgia Tech in the 2009 NCAA Championship.
Central Florida blitzed a 14-team field to win the 2009 NCAA Division I Southeast Regional, the first regional title in school history. The Golden Knights won the C-USA title.