Socastee’s girls golf team hopes to build on the progress they made last year.
Carolina Forest’s girls golf team followed its region championship with a second place finish at the lower state competition in Florence Monday, coach Mike Gray said.
First round leaders Trinity Byrnes Collegiate held on for the win in the 20th Anderson Brothers Bank Invitational High School Golf Championship. Trinity Byrnes was leading after the first round with a score of 292, then they shot a final round 310 for a tournament total of 602. A. C. Flora’s…
Selecting the MyHorryNews All-County Girls Golfer of the Year should be easy when there’s a three-time team state champion, two-time individual state medalist and 2017 S.C. Golfer of the Year in the mix. But what if she was the second-best player on her team in 2018?
St. James High’s Smith Knaffle has had plenty of time to get used to the idea of playing golf at the University of South Carolina after committing to the Gamecocks last year.
The St. James girls golf team was runner-up at Monday’s Class 5A Lower State Tournament, and two Carolina Forest players tied for third individually to lead the Lady Panthers to a share of fourth place and a berth in next week’s SCHSL State Championships at the Columbia Country Club.
Monday’s Region 6-5A girls golf individual title came down to a seasoned veteran and two-time state champion against a young up-and-comer. In the end, they both walked off the course winners.
If things had worked out differently, Myrtle Beach High senior Dock Jarman might be swinging a Louisville Slugger instead of a 3-wood. Looks like he picked the right stick.
After Myrtle Beach High golfer Holden Grigg’s record-setting 2017 Class 4A state individual title that led the Seahawks to a runner-up finish, the then-sophomore was presented with his state championship ring. His reaction is one of the reasons Myrtle Beach is poised to capture the school’s …
First round leaders Trinity Byrnes Collegiate held on for the win in the 19th Anderson Brothers Bank Invitational High School Golf Championship. Trinity Byrnes shot a final round 322 for a tournament total of 616. A hard charging Hartsville squad closed the 15 shot disadvantage they had comi…
Twenty-eight teams from nine states are poised to play in the 20th annual Palmetto High School Golf Championship in Myrtle Beach, March 29-31.
The Myrtle Beach boys golf team sent a signal to the rest of the state over the weekend that they could be the team to beat for the 2018 state championship by winning the prestigious Fort Dorchester Preseason Patriot Invitational Golf Tournament.
Jordan White has helped her St. James High School golf team win three straight state championships and she has played three sports every year since the seventh grade. The 17-year-old senior stays quiet busy and also carries a 5.003 GPA at St. James.
Conway High’s Kendall Lewis wasn’t aware there was a North-South all-star event for female golfers until after she was chosen to participate in the annual competition.
Coastal School Ministries (CSM), a Myrtle Beach-based nonprofit ministry that provides released-time Bible education in six Horry County Schools, invites the community to take a swing at a fundraiser that’s out of the classroom and onto the course.
Aynor Middle School student Braeden Barnett moved a step closer to competing at the Masters by winning a sub-regional Drive, Chip and Putt competition this past weekend at Fort Jackson.
Coming off a strong performance in the Panther Invitational that saw one of its players compete for medalist honors, the Carolina Forest boys’ golf team continued its fine play with a win over North Myrtle Beach.
It was a busy night for Loris High School Lady Lions athletics as awards banquets for both girls’ volleyball teams and the school’s first ever girls’ golf team were held Nov. 30.
The Conway girls’ golf team got a chance to meet and learn from one of the best this past week when CHS alum and accomplished LPGA golfer Kristy McPherson stopped by for a practice session at Shaftesbury Glen, where she fielded several questions from the Lady Tigers.
They had to work for it, but the Christian Academy girls’ tennis team wrapped up a perfect season Wednesday, Oct. 14, defeating Pee Dee Academy 8-1.
Horry County—and Carolina Forest High School, specifically—is becoming a popular place for junior golfers to migrate to improve their games.
Judging by scores turned in during its opening match, it’s shaping up to be another great year for the Carolina Forest varsity girls’ golf team.
The weather seemed to realize it needed to cool down over the weekend, just in time for the Carolinas Junior PGA Tournament at Hackler Golf Course at Coastal Carolina University.
The Carolina Forest golf team wrapped up its successful season with a 16th place finish May 18-19 at the Class AAAA golf tournament at Furman University in Greenville.