LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr keep you in the know with the latest sports news and analysis from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown. Hilton Head Prep and future Miami Hurricanes kicker Trevor Weldon stops by the studio for an interview
Ahh, Spring Break! A time of relaxation and renewal … unless you’re in the local sports business. Because this life I’ve chosen is so chaotic at times that you wouldn’t believe it if I told you, I’m just gonna tell you and let you choose whether to believe it. But it’s all true.
The Lowco family is trying to squeeze in Spring Break before the action really heats up at the 2022 RBC Heritage presented by Boeing, so we’re playing catchup on getting you the latest local sports news from Beaufort, Jasper and Colleton counties, but here’s another edition of Last Night in the Lowco — filmed at Universal Studios! — to fill you in on some of the highlights from around the area over the weekend.
LowcoSports.com’s Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you up to speed on all the latest sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown. This week’s show includes plenty of local sports news, as well as an interview with three-sport standout Jace Blackshear, who discusses his incredible career at Hilton Head Christian Academy and his decision to bet on himself and take a preferred walk-on spot to play football at the University of South Carolina.
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.
A trio of top-20 players in the world, headlined by reigning Players Championship winner Cameron Smith, added their names to the list of golfers who have committed to play in the 2022 RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing next month.
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.
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.
When Congaree Golf Club was called upon to pinch-hit for the RBC Canadian Open, the brand-new hidden gem presented a golden opportunity for a breakthrough win. The stars were aligning for Chesson Hadley with a four-shot lead to begin the final round, but as the overcast skies gave way to sunshine, a young South African seized the moment to ignite his professional career.