The young guns keep firing birdies, but they can’t make up much ground on Stewart Hagestad.
Stewart Hagestad acknowledges that his post-round interviews these days sound like a broken record as he extolls the virtues of the “kids” who share the leaderboard with him at top amateur golf events.
Stewart Hagestad has fond memories of the three years he spent in the Lowcountry a decade ago. And his return visit is shaping up to be pretty memorable, too.
A field of 81 of the world’s top amateur golfers will tee it up at Berkeley Hall Club this week for the 20th annual Players Amateur, which begins at 7:30 a.m. Thursday.
Beaufort’s Jerry Bruns won the 13-14 age division and Hilton Head’s JT Herman finished second in the 15-18 division at the Heritage Classic Foundation SCGA Junior Championship played Tuesday and Wednesday at Country Club of Lexington.
Bryson Nimmer tied for 14th in his professional debut at the Mackenzie Tour’s Bayview Place DCBank Open over the weekend in Victoria, British Columbia, earning a $3,600 payday.
With his brilliant college career behind him, Bryson Nimmer officially began his pro career when he teed off at 4 p.m. ET this afternoon at the Mackenzie Tour’s Bayview Place DCBank Open in Victoria, British Columbia.
Bluffton native Bryson Nimmer was named Monday as one of 10 finalists for the Fred Haskins Award, which is presented each year to the top collegiate golfer.
Hilton Head High’s boys golf team saved two of its best rounds of the season for the biggest stage, as the Seahawks fired rounds of 304 and 303 on Monday and Tuesday at Port Royal Plantation’s Barony Course to claim the Class 4A state title.
Hilton Head High, Beaufort High, and Bluffton all qualified for the Class 4A boys golf state meet with top-eight finishes at the Lower State qualifier Monday at Hackler Golf Course in Conway.