Women’s golf at Middlebury has quickly established itself as one of the top teams in New England in just 15 years as a varsity sport. In the spring of 2006, the team had a tremendous season, winning the district title, and followed that with an impressive NCAA Tournament appearance in the spring of 2007.
Middlebury returned to the NCAA Tournament in the spring of 2008 for its second-consecutive appearance, and the Panthers placed eighth overall a year later. The Panthers took part in the NCAA Championship again in the spring of 2013, posting a 14th-place finish overall.
Flora Weeks ’12 finished her career as an All-American, taking part in the NCAA Tournament each of her four years. In the spring of 2019, Chloe Levins '20 became the second Panther woman to compete in the NCAA Tournament, finishing in a tie for 18th place out of 131 golfers.
Middlebury is one of the few schools in the country that boasts a beautiful 18-hole golf course on campus. The Ralph Myhre Golf Course is owned by Middlebury College, and is the site of all Panther home golf matches.
The Middlebury golf team competes in both the fall and spring seasons. Practice begins in early September and continues throughout the fall season with spectacular foliage that is considered among the best scenery in the country. The spring season begins with practice in our dedicated indoor hitting area that is equipped with a video swing analyzer.