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.
After holding the 18-hole lead, Beaufort’s Jerry Bruns finds himself just one shot off the pace going into the final round of the 70th annual Grant Bennett Florence Junior being played at the historic Country Club of Florence.
After cruising to a state title, May River’s girls golf team knew they could hang with anyone in the country. Now, they've proved it on the national stage. Led by a stellar 240 from senior Sydney Bowes, the Sharks made a big splash in the NHSGA High School Golf Invitational at North Carolina’s storied Pinehurst … Continue reading GOLF: Sharks shine at national high school girls tourney
Success stories that started at the First Tee of the Lowcountry are beginning to be told on golf courses throughout the region as young golfers who first picked up a club as part of one of the organization’s many programs are making their names known on the junior circuit and even on area high school teams. And the First Tee’s collection of dedicated coaches and trainers is ready to start a new chapter.
LowcoSports.com honors the area's top high school girls golf standouts with the All-Lowco Girls Golf Team presented by PC Master with support from Brad Tufts, Hilton Head Prep Sports Performance Academy, and Bluffton Pest Control.
Representatives from the PGA Tour, Congaree Golf Club, and the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism introduced the local media to the best-kept secret in Lowcountry golf on Monday — and broke a little news in the process.
James Island won the Region 7-4A boys golf championship Tuesday at Charleston Municipal Golf Course, posting a team score of 319 to edge Hilton Head High and Beaufort High for the title.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Max Green picked up right where he left off after his SCISA 2A individual title, earning an impressive fourth-place finish with a 2-over 144 to lead a group of area high school golf standouts at the Southern Cross Invitational in Aiken on Friday and Saturday.
The golf teams from Hilton Head High and Beaufort High played to another draw in the final Region 7-4A meet of the regular season Tuesday at Snee Farms in Mount Pleasant.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s golf team didn’t quite match its blistering first-round pace in Tuesday’s final round of the SCISA state championship meet. The Eagles didn’t need to.