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Sharks keep rolling with tri-meet win over CF, MB

After firing a 68 Sunday to finish tied for second in the WSCGA Invitational, St. James High standout Smith Knaffle turned in a solid encore with an even-par 36 to earn medalist honors and lead the Lady Sharks to victory in a tri-meet Monday at Wachesaw Golf Plantation. Knaffle edged Carolina Forest’s Sami Spencer (37) and Myrtle Beach’s Taylor Pirttima (39) for top individual honors... 

Carolina Forest overcomes Conway, North Myrtle Beach

The Carolina Forest girls golf team overcame soggy conditions and two local teams on Thursday, easily winning a tri-meet over Conway and North Myrtle Beach at Eagles Nest Golf Course. Carolina Forest’s Sami Spencer and Jacki Brown tied for medalist honors today with a pair of 41s, and teammates Niki Roberson (42) and Jade Prince (47) had solid rounds for a balanced score of 171 for the Lady... 

Golf: Sharks, Seahawks tee off on neighborhood rivals

The St. James High girls golf team showed it can handle the soggy course conditions and the absence of its top player in Tuesday’s 45-stroke win over Georgetown at Litchfield Country Club. Playing without leader Smith Knaffle, St. James didn’t miss a beat by turning in a team total of 178. The Lady Sharks were led by medalist Jordan White’s even par round of 36. Katie Smith (44)... 

Johnson looks to complete comeback with FedEx title

Two years ago this week, PGA Tour superstar Dustin Johnson was taking a “leave of absence” from competition to address what he called “personal problems” instead of playing in the Tour Championship. Now the former two-time All-American at Coastal Carolina University looks to complete his rapid rise from rock bottom to the top of the golf world at the season finale at East... 

Sharks display youth, depth in victory over Seahawks

The St. James High girls golf team has turned out some quality players in recent years, but the real secret to the Lady Sharks’ success has been their depth. That strength was on full display Tuesday when seventh-grader Adrian Anderson shot 40 to earn medalist honors and lead St. James to a 171-183 victory over host Myrtle Beach at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. Anderson outshot St. James... 

Ruiz runner-up, Coastal in top 10 at The Invitational

Coastal Carolina senior men’s golfer Alfredo Ruiz shattered his previous best performances to finish a career-best runner-up – one stroke behind the medalist – at The Invitational at The Ocean Course (par 72, 7,115 yards), which concluded Tuesday afternoon. Overall, Coastal tied for ninth in the 16-team field with a 9-over par 873 (287-288-298). Middle Tennessee State won (850), followed... 

Coastal middle of pack in season opener at Kiawah

The Coastal Carolina men’s golf team opened its 2016-17 season with 36 holes Monday at The Invitational at The Ocean Course (par 72, 7,115 yards). The Chanticleers posted an opening round 1-under par 287 and followed with an even par 288 in the afternoon for a score of 575 to stand in ninth place in the 16-team field. Middle Tennessee State leads the field with a 20-under 556, followed by Georgia,... 

Johnson claims BMW title, No. 1 spot in FedEx Cup

Former Coastal Carolina University two-time All-American Dustin Johnson shot a final-round 67 to win the BMW Championship by three strokes and capture the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings. With the win, Johnson enters the season finale, The PGA Tour Championship, as the top ranked player in the FedEx Cup standings. He can clinch the season-long race with a win at East Lake, and he’s now the... 

Sharks break in new home course with tri-match win

The defending state champion St. James High girls golf team broke in its new home course Tuesday with an impressive tri-match victory over Conway and Georgetown. St. James sophomore Smith Knaffle turned in a bogey-free round of nine holes for a 2-under par round of 34. Teammate Jordan White, who was recovering from having her wisdom teeth removed three days earlier, shot the second-lowest round... 

Sharks second to Wildcats again at Palmetto Preview

After winning its first state championship last year, the St. James girls golf team may have needed a bit of motivation to go for a repeat this season. The Lady Sharks are getting it in the form of rival Lexington. For the second time this week, St. James finished runner-up to the Lady Wildcats in a major tournament – by 30 strokes at the Aynor Lady Blue Jackets Invitational over the weekend,... 
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