Summer, 1979: Jimmy Ballard becomes the first men's golf coach in school history.
Summer, 1989: Mike Dunphy becomes the program's fourth head coach and leads the Blazers to nine seasons.
1998: Mike Dunphy leads the Blazers to a 115-77-3 record, which earns UAB its first-ever berth to an NCAA Tournament.
Summer, 1998: Alan Kaufman becomes the fifth coach in program history.
Fall, 1999: Kaufman signs what is to be the top player to ever play at UAB in Graeme McDowell.
Spring, 2000: UAB is ranked among the top teams in the nation, earning a trip to the NCAA Regionals for a second time in program history.
Spring, 2001: Men's golf has its most successful season in school history, finishing the year with a 139-50-2 record. The Blazers earned a trip to the NCAA Nationals for the first time in school history, where they finished 12th in the nation. Alan Kaufman was tabbed the Conference USA Coach of the Year.
Spring, 2002: Graeme McDowell concludes his brilliant UAB career by leading the team to a second consecutive trip to the NCAA Nationals, finishing 26th in the nation. McDowell was named the Fred Haskins Trophy, which is given annually to the nation's top collegiate golfer. He also earned the Golfstat award, given to the golfer who has the lowest average in the nation. McDowell would earn two PING First-Team All-America honors (2001 and 2002) and two Conference USA Player of the Year accolades (2001 and 2002), while capturing nine career titles and 24 career top-10 finishes.
Spring, 2004: UAB earns a fifth trip to the NCAA Regional.
Spring, 2007: After a three-year absence, the Blazers return to the NCAA Regional, marking the fifth time in Kaufman's 10 years at the helm he has led UAB to a NCAA Regional appearance.