A pair of Bluffton golfers were among those who advanced through the first stage of Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying School this week.
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.
Bryson Nimmer added another chapter to his sensational senior season at Clemson with a record-setting win in the Clemson Invitational on Sunday.
Hilton Head Island native Will Miles earned his first collegiate victory and led South Carolina to the team title with a record-breaking performance at the Cleveland Golf Palmetto Invitational on Monday and Tuesday in Aiken.
Bryson Nimmer’s whirlwind road trip has finally come to an end, and now he has future travel plans.
A pair of rounds in the 60s and making the cut made for a memorable first professional tournament for Bryson Nimmer.
The second round was a grind for Bluffton native Bryson Nimmer, but the Clemson star will stick around for the weekend at the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open.
Bryson Nimmer’s trip to Puerto Rico keeps getting better. The Bluffton native and Clemson star posted a 3-under-par 69 in the opening round of his first professional tournament Thursday and is tied for 12th after the first round of the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open.