Hilton Head Prep girls golf won a clash of defending state champions on Thursday, easily outpacing SCHSL Class 4A champion May River in an 18-hole match at Colleton River’s Nicklaus Course.
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Kylie Bowes claimed low medalist honors and led the defending Class 4A champion May River girls golf team to an impressive win in the first Region 7-4A meet of the season Tuesday at Golden Bear Golf Club at Indigo Run.
In 2009, Billy Sampson set foot on the first tee of Old Tabby Golf Links, preparing for what would be a memorable day ahead. After taking a moment to consider the lives he was about to touch, he teed up his ball and began the first of 114 holes: all in an effort to help the families of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to our nation.
Bluffton’s Bridget Wilkie kept the hardware close to home this weekend, rallying in the final round to claim the girls title at the 26th annual Jimmy Self Invitational played on the Arthur Hills Course at Palmetto Dunes.
Bluffton’s Bridget Wilkie put on a dominant performance to win the Carolinas Golf Association’s Carolinas Girls 15 and Under Championship at the Country Club of Whispering Pines in North Carolina.
Hilton Head Island’s Jonathan Griz and Daniel Azallion each finished just outside the top 10 at the prestigious Palmetto Amateur in Aiken this week, posting 72-hole scores of 1-over par to tie for 11th at Palmetto Golf Club.
After a phenomenal year on the course and in the classroom, a pair of USCB golf standouts have earned national recognition. Kayla Ramsey and Molly Minasi were honored Tuesday with a spot on the 2020-21 Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Teams for their outstanding athletic and academic accomplishments.
It was a big weekend for pro golfers from the Lowcountry, as Beaufort’s Mark Anderson posted his best result yet on the PGA Tour and Bluffton’s Bryson Nimmer tied for third place in the second event on the newly-minted Forme Tour.
Hilton Head Island’s Jonathan Griz shot 4-under-par 140 over 36 holes Monday to tie for medalist honors in U.S. Amateur Qualifying at Keith Hills Golf Club in Buies Creek, North Carolina, punching his ticket to the nation’s top amateur golf championship next month.