PINEHURST, N.C. -- Kelli Murphy turned part of her Christmas vacation into a busman's holiday as the Elgin resident and Auburn University freshman won the women's division of the seventh Carolinas Young Amateur played over the Magnolia course at Pinewild Country Club in Pinehurst, N.C.
Golf, for better or for worse, has turned into a power game. Players grip it and rip it in this era in which thinking one's way around 18 holes has almost become a thing of the past.
A Toys for Tots charity golf tournament to be played at Beech Creek Golf Club in Sumter on Friday, Sept. 12.
Wallace, N.C. -- Henry Shimp of Charlotte was honored last weekend as the 2014 recipient of the Carolinas Golf Association's (CGA) David Parrott Award.
After 54 holes of challenging golf at Camden Country Club last Thursday, there was still no definitive winner of the 65th Carolinas Junior Boys' Championship.
Before leaving to continue her academic and golf pursuits at Auburn University next week, Kelli Murphy had some unfinished business closer to home.
Former Lugoff-Elgin standout and current Southern Wesleyan University golfer Bobby Few punched his ticket into the Carolinas Amateur Golf Championship tournament by finishing third in a sectional qualifier played in Summerville last week.
The sixth annual Roger Rules Memorial Golf Tournament will be played over the Camden County Club course on Thursday, June 26.
Trace Crowe of Bluffton shot a final round 67, coming from behind to win his second Creed Junior Boys' Invitational hosted by Camden Country Club.
In what is quickly becoming a Memorial Day weekend tradition, the top junior male golfers in the Carolinas will descend on the Camden County Club on Saturday and Sunday for the second annual Jimmy Creed Junior Boys' Invitational.
Matthew Crenshaw of Burlington, N.C., and Jonathan Jackson of Chapel Hill, N.C., needed 20 holes in Sunday's championship match to defeat defending champions, Paul Tucker of Waxhaw, N.C., and Brent Roof of Columbia and win the 63rd Four-Ball Championship of the Carolinas Golf Association played over the Camden Country Club.
The Carolinas Four-Ball Championship could just as easily be called the "Camden Four-Ball Championship" or the "Camden Two-Man Invitational."
Lugoff-Elgin followed its 157-178 win over Camden on Tuesday by splitting a tri-match with West Florence (154-160) and Hartsville (154-146) on Wednesday.
The second annual Food for the Soul Golf Tournament will be held on Thursday, April 3 at the Camden Country Club.