Tim Walko was named Mount Holyoke golf coach in February 2011. He played for Rollins College and competed professionally from 1986-1990 before becoming a head golf professional. Walko formerly owned the Northampton Country Club and served as its president and director of golf during that time. In addition to his coaching, Walko is an instructor in Mount Holyoke's Department of Physical Education.
The 2019-20 season was halted in March before Mount Holyoke College competed in a spring event. This summary is for the last event of the fall, the NYU Fall Invitational at Forest Hill Field Club in Bloomfield, N.J. The Lyons opened in ffifth with 346 and followed with 344 to place fifth. Williams shot 319-318 to win by by 12 strokes over host NYU, and Amherst took third. The course was par 72, 5,862 yards.
The Lyons' Cortney Qiu (86-81=167) tied for 14th and Susan Lee 85-85=170) finished 18th.
The Mount Holyoke College Lyons finished sixth, their worst conference prformance in years in the weather-shortened 2018 Liberty League Championship.
The Lyons finished second in 2017, third in 2016 and second in 2015 in the Liberty League Championship.
Mount Holyoke fired a second-round 331 to overtake NYU and win the 2014 Liberty League Championship.
The Lyons finished fifth in the inaugural 2013 Liberty League Championship .
Mount Holyoke played in the 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA D-III National Championships.
Mount Holyoke hosts its own invitational tournament each fall and hosted the 2002 NCAA Division III Women’s Golf Championships at the college-owned Orchards Golf Course.
The 2004 U.S. Women’s Open was played on Mount Holyoke’s Orchards Golf Course.