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 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
With the PGA Tour set to make its first stop in Ridgeland in June, golf fans around the world will soon learn much more about the Congaree Foundation’s mission to positively impact the lives of young people through the game of golf — but about 30 local children experienced that mission firsthand on Saturday.
Beaufort High held its ground in the final round of the SCHSL Class 4A Boys Golf State Championships on Tuesday, as the Eagles finished the day where they started to notch a program-best third-place showing, and sophomore Jerry Bruns was the individual runner-up.
Beaufort High’s Jerry Bruns fired a scorching 3-under-par 69 on Monday at Dolphin Head Golf Club on Hilton Head Island to take a one-shot lead into the final round of the SCHSL Class 4A Boys Golf State Championship.
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.
LowcoSports.com's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr interview Hilton Head Christian Academy golf star Max Green, discussing his outstanding junior career, his recent SCISA 2A state championship, and his future on the links at West Virginia University and beyond.
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.