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.
Hilton Head Island’s Jonathan Griz and Daniel Azallion each finished just outside the top 10 at the prestigious Palmetto Amateur in Aiken this week, posting 72-hole scores of 1-over par to tie for 11th at Palmetto Golf Club.
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.
Hilton Head Island’s Jonathan Griz shot 4-under-par 140 over 36 holes Monday to tie for medalist honors in U.S. Amateur Qualifying at Keith Hills Golf Club in Buies Creek, North Carolina, punching his ticket to the nation’s top amateur golf championship next month.
After holding the 18-hole lead, Beaufort’s Jerry Bruns finds himself just one shot off the pace going into the final round of the 70th annual Grant Bennett Florence Junior being played at the historic Country Club of Florence.
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
LowcoSports.com's Wes Kerr and Brian Rietveld break down the action from the third round of the PGA Tour's Palmetto Championship at Congaree in a special edition of the LowcoSports Lowdown podcast.
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.
A dramatic day filled with crazy penalty drops, a wicked thunderstorm, and a birdie-less 4-under 67 were just some of the highlights from round three of the Palmetto Championship at Congaree. Unfortunately, the third round was called as the final two groups were on the 18th hole. Tain Lee, Harris English, Dustin Johnson, and leader Chesson Hadley all headed to the final hole at 7:30 a.m. Sunday to complete the round.