Nick Clinard was named Auburn golf coach in June 2009. He came to Auburn from University of Central Florida where he led his UCF teams to six consecutive NCAA post-season appearances (2004-2009). Clinard graduated Cum Laude from Wake Forest (speech communications, 1995) and played professionally for five years. He played on the 1994 Wake Forest team that finished eleventh at NCAAs.
In the last tournament of the shortened spring 2020 season, host Auburn University broke par during the final round to come from behind and win the Tiger Invitational at RTJ Grand National Golf Club in Opelika, Ala. The Tigers closing 11-under 277 put the winning margin at 11 strokes over runner-up Louisiana-Monroe and 13 over third-place Kentucky. The course was par 72, measured 7,289 yards and produced an average 18-hole score of 74.6 strokes. Players recorded 62 sub-par rounds over 54 holes.
The Tigers placed three individuals in the top six. C.J Easley took second with an 8-under 208 (68-71-69), while Alex Vogelsong was close behind in third at 5-under 211 (72-71-68) and Jovan Rebula tied for sixth at 3-under 213 (71-72-70).
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Auburn placed 12th, missing match play by four strokes, at the 2019 NCAA Championship. The Tigers, the first and second-round leader, faded on the final day and placed second in the 2019 NCAA D1 Louisville Regional. Defending champion Auburn, first after 54 holes of stroke play, placed second after losing in the match play finals at the 2019 Southeastern Conference Championship.
Auburn tied for third at the 2018 NCAA D-1 Championship, tied for fourth in the NCAA D-1 Norman Regional, and won the SEC Championship.
Auburn finished 11th at the 2017 NCAA Championship, second in the NCAA D-I West Lafayette Regionalm and ninth in the SEC Championship.
The Tigers competed but failed to make the 54-hole cut in the 2016 NCAA Championship, finished fifth in the NCAA D-I Tuscaloosa Regional, and sixth in the SEC Championship.
Auburn finished 12th at the 2015 NCAA Championship, fourth in the NCAA D-I Lubbock Regional, and tied for fourth in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
Auburn University finished 23rd of 30 teams at the 2014 NCAA D-I Championship, placed third in the NCAA D-I Auburn Regional, and third in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
Auburn finished 13th at the 2013 NCAA Championship, tied for second in the NCAA D-I Columbus Regional, and took third in theSoutheastern Conference Championship.
Auburn tied for 15th at the 2012 NCAA Championship, claimed third in the NCAA D1 East Regional, and second in the Southeastern Conference Championship. The Tigers finished eighth at the 2011 NCAA South Central Regional, and seventh in the SEC tournament.
Auburn advanced to the NCAA Finals in 2006, 2007 and 2008 but missed the 54-hole cut each year to the low 15 teams.