The third annual Kappa Classic Golf Tournament is set for Friday, May 4 at the White Pines Golf Club in Camden.
Age is just a number.
Like a shot in basketball which never touches the rim before dropping through the net, Camden's Ronnie Williams' first hole in one never touched down on the grass of the green.
The Camden High School Academic Booster Club will host its annual golf tournament on Saturday, March 3rd at White Pines Golf Course in Camden.
What many a golfer would like to do once, Don McCray has done three times.
The fourth annual Roger Rules Memorial Golf Tournament, to benefit the charitable works of the Roger J. Davis Memorial Fund, will be played on Thursday, Nov. 3rd at The Camden Country Club.
Kyle Eckenroth defeated his friend and former Camden High School golf teammate John Asay in a sudden death playoff to win the 66th annual Camden County Club Golf Championship.
Jesse Woodford scored the first hole-in-one since he started playing golf while playing a round of golf at the White Pines Golf Club in Camden over the weekend.
West Wateree resident Foots Robinette scored a hole-in-one while playing a round of golf at the Green Hill Golf and Swim Club in Lugoff on Aug. 12.
It has been a pretty memorable year on the golf course for Will Hicks.
Matthew Hutto of Blythewood, the son of former Camdenite Ginny (McCorkle) and John Hutto, and grandson of Janet and the late Buddy McCorkle of Camden and Lynia and the late Crawford Hutto of Lexington, won the recent S.C. Junior Golf Association City Championship in the 8-9 year old division. Janet McCorkle, the popular, retired former Carolina Cup administrator, rode in the golf cart with Matthew and helped keep score in several of his events. Matthew shot 2-under par on the final day for a come from behind victory and will represent the Midlands in the state tournament in Pickens ...
The cousins' duo of John Asay and David Joseph captured the Camden Country Club's Members Four-Ball golf tournament, played over the Donald Ross-designed layout on July 29-31.
Local knowledge seemed to be the winning advantage as local favorite Kelli Murphy of Elgin captured the 55th Carolinas Golf Association Junior Girls Championship title by defeating Allison Emrey of Charlotte by a 1-up margin in the finals played on Thursday, June 30 at Woodcreek Farms in Elgin.