1931 - On March 6, 1931, the Rollins men's golf team entered their first intercollegiate tournament.
1957-1983 - Rollins sends a total of 28 teams to the NAIA or NCAA National Championships, including a streak of 14 consecutive appearances from 1969-1983.
1969 - The Tars finish runners-up at the NCAA Championships to Cal State Northridge.
1970 - Rollins claims first NCAA men's golf championship by 10 strokes.
1977 - The Blue and Gold take the runner-up spot at the national championships behind Troy by 11 strokes and earn their first-ever Sunshine State Conference crown.
1979 - Tars win first Sunshine State Conference title.
1982 - Blue and Gold make it three Sunshine State Conference Championships.
1993 - Head coach Kyle Frakes is named Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year.
1994 - Rollins places third at the NCAA Division II National Championship.
1997 - The Tars take their second third place finish at the NCAA championships.
2000 - Frakes earns his second Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year award.
2001 - Rollins takes fourth place at the national championships, setting the stage for the following season.
2002 - Rollins captures the Sunshine State Conference title en route to their second NCAA crown in program history. Head coach Kyle Frakes was named the national "Coach of the Year", joining Joe Justice (1966) as the only coaches to receive the honor. Senior Rob Oppenheim knocked down a pressure packed putt to seal up the Rollins title and was named the NCAA Division II National Player of the Year. Rollins took the title by one strike (1,194) over Cal State Stanislaus (1,195). Oppenheim was also named SSC Male Athlete and Men's Golfer of the Year while head coach Kyle Frakes was named SSC Coach of the Year.
2003 - Tars take second place at the national championship while head coach Kyle Frakes earns his second consecutive NCAA Coach of the Year award. Rollins also captured their fifth Sunshine State Conference title and fourth SSC Coach of the Year honor.
2009 - Rollins finished the season strong with a 14th place showing at the NCAA DII South Regional as they were led by sophomore Jordan Lewis, who was named a Division II PING All-America Honorable Mention selection. Fellow sophomore teammate J.D. Guiney earned a spot in the All-Sunshine State Conference squad as a second team honoree, leading the Tars to a fifth-place showing at the SSC Championships. The Tars posted eight top-10 performances, including back-to-back fourth place showings at the Stetson/CFSC Invitational and the Start2Finish Webber Classic.
2010 - The No. 25 Tars put a close on their season at the NCAA DII South Regional as they tied for 10th. Junior J.D. Guiney was the only Tar to garner postseason accolades as he was named a Second Team All-Sunshine State Conference honoree. As a team, the Tars posted nine top-10 finishes. Rollins only finished outside the top-10 on two occasions with back-to-back 13th place showings.
2011 - Posting their 24th postseason bid, Rollins rounded out the 2011 season with a 19th place showing at the NCAA Division II South Regional. Newcomer Spencer Cole earned DII PING All-South Region honors as he led the Tars with a 72.59 stroke average. He collected five top-10 finishes and was an All-Sunshine State Conference Second Team selection. Rollins' best team performance came at their very own Rollins Invitational, finishing in second. The team also posted seven top-10 finishes.
2012 - Rollins captured a pair of tournament titles with the first coming at the Webber Intercollegiate and the second coming right after at the St. John's Caribbean Intercollegiate, held in Puerto Rico. The Tars totaled nine top-10 performances in 11 tournaments and were one stroke away from finishing in the top-10 at the NCAA Division II South Regional. Spencer Cole led the Tars this season with a 73.21 average and earned medalist honors at Rollins' own tournament. Cole also garnered PING Honorable Mention All-America honors.