Beaufort’s Mark Anderson fired a final-round 67 to finish off a four-shot victory at the Web.com Tour’s Country Club de Bogota Championship on Sunday in Colombia — Anderson’s first professional win since 2013.
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Four Hilton Head High standouts and three Beaufort High golfers made up the Region 7-4A all-region girls golf team, while Seahawks coach Rawn Grant was named the region coach of the year.
Two standout golfers and one soccer star from Hilton Head Christian Academy signed letters of intent Wednesday to compete at the next level.
May River’s girls golf team finished strong to move up two spots and finish fifth at the Class 3A state meet Tuesday.
Hilton Head High’s girls golf team saved its best performance for last, as the Seahawks posted their two lowest scores of the season en route to a sixth-place finish at the Class 4A state meet Monday and Tuesday.
May River’s girls golf team punched its ticket to the SCHSL Class 3A State Championship with a fourth-place finish at Monday’s Lower State qualifier.
Hilton Head High and Beaufort High each qualified for the SCHSL Class 4A Girls Golf Championships by virtue of their finishes at the Lower State qualifier Monday at Port Royal Golf Club’s Barony Course.
Hilton Head High’s girls golf team posted a team score of 374 to win the Region 7-4A title by 81 shots Monday at Pinecrest Golf Club in Bluffton.
May River’s girls golf team notched another win over its county rivals in the final match of the regular season Thursday at Dataw Island Club.