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The team from LowcoSports.com gets you up to speed on the vital local sports news from around the Lowcountry with a quick-hit rundown of all the action from the previous night each day with Last Night in the Lowco! In today’s episode, locals Bryson Nimmer, Jonathan Griz, and Claire Green repped the Lowco well on the links this weekend, and we pick up one high school baseball results we missed from Friday night.
Ryan Bozard shot a blistering 4-under-par 67 on a blustery day at Ocean Creek Golf Course and fellow Charlestonian Akeira Sanchez held on by one shot to claim the boys and girls titles at the Fripp Island Junior Challenge, the initial event in the SCJGA Players Series.
A little over a year in development, we’re finally ready to introduce the world to LowcoGolf.com, which we hope will become your headquarters for golf in the South Carolina Lowcountry. We’ll cover local golfers and tournaments from the juniors to the pros, report on news from the local golf industry, and provide course reviews and features to help you navigate the Lowcountry golf scene. Thanks for coming along for the ride.
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.
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.
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.