The first wave of state championship golf is underway in South Carolina and a pair of teams from the Lowco are in the hunt for state titles.
Hilton Head High boys golf edged rival Beaufort High for the second straight day Thursday, firing a 163 at Eagles Pointe Golf Club to beat the Eagles by three shots in a Region 7-4A meet.
Hilton Head High boys golf finished eighth in a strong 18-team field this weekend at the Blue Jacket Invitational at Diamondback Golf Club in Loris.
LowcoSports.com's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr discuss all the latest local sports news from the South Carolina Lowcountry in the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast. In this week's episode, we have hoops recruiting news from Whale Branch; updates on the high school baseball, softball, and golf seasons; plenty of pro golf news from around the Lowco, including an impromptu PGA Tour stop in Jasper County; and new Jasper County School District AD and Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School football coach Rodney Barr stops by for an interview. Plus, the pod squad names its teams and athletes of the week, and we shout out two Team Lowco interns headed to the next level in their journalism careers.
Hilton Head Prep’s Tripp Hedden fired a 3-under-par 33 to earn medalist honors and lead the Dolphins to a convincing win in a four-team SCISA golf match Wednesday at Oldfield Club.
Buffing clubs, driving a range picker, and blowing my minimum wage income on imported Beastie Boys albums … that is what I was doing at age 17. Jonathan Griz, at age 17? He simply dropped a cool 5-under par 65 to qualify for a world-class professional golf tournament.
Beaufort High used another balanced effort throughout the lineup to edge Hilton Head High by two shots for another Region 7-4A golf win Thursday at Pinecrest Golf Club in Bluffton.
Hilton Head Island’s Jonathan Griz showed off his prowess against some of the country’s best this week, finishing in third place at the prestigious Azalea Invitational played at the historic Country Club of Charleston.