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DJ backs up No. 1 ranking with clean sweep of WGC

Former Coastal Carolina golfer and Myrtle Beach resident Dustin Johnson backed up his No. 1 ranking by winning the World Golf Championships Match Play on Sunday – his third straight win in as many outings – and becoming the first player to sweep the four WGC titles. Johnson rolled in a short putt on the 18th hole for a 1-up victory over Jon Rahm, capping a dominant performance in which... 

Bright stars, big shows set for Monday After Masters

The Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am will again shine a spotlight on Myrtle Beach, bringing a pair of nationally syndicated radio programs and a star-studded field to the area. Darius Rucker and Mark Bryan will welcome celebrities to Myrtle Beach for the Monday After the MastersWestwood One’s Tiki & Tierney Show and the Doug Gottlieb Show, a CBS Sports Radio... 

Golf: Chiefs use balanced scorecard to top Panthers

The North Myrtle Beach boys golf team had four players card nine-hole rounds in the 30s to down Carolina Forest at Eagles Nest on a brisk and breezy Thursday. McClure Thompson and Chandler Casey shot identical 35s to tie for medalist honors, followed closely by Matthew Griego (38) and Zack Kirtz (39) for a team total of 147. Carolina Forest (171) was led by Chris Fortenberry (37), Dylan Griffin... 

Golf: Sharks, Seahawks tie; Chiefs, Braves top tri-match

Windy conditions set the stage for high drama at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club on Wednesaday as Region 7-4A rivals Myrtle Beach and St. James battled to a draw. With gusts of up to 35 mph blowing in before the end of the match, St. James’ Charlie Wilke drained a par putt on the ninth and final hole to level the score at 157-all. The clutch putt also allowed Wilke to claim medalist honors... 

Boys Golf: Myrtle Beach knocks off Carolina Forest

The Myrtle Beach High boys golf team returned from a runner-up finish at the Panther Invitational over the weekend to defeat tournament host Carolina Forest head to head on Tuesday. The Seahawks posted a team total of 153 to down the Panthers (166) by 13 strokes to open a busy week on the links. Seth Boyce led Myrtle Beach with an even-par 36 that was good for medalist honors. Keegan Vaugh and... 

Myrtle Beach takes second spot at Panther Invitational

The Myrtle Beach High boys golf team made a runner-up showing at the Panthers Invitational on a windy Saturday at The Hackler Course at CCU. With heavy gusts of up to 30 mph wrecking havoc on a strong field, Myrtle Beach shot a team total of 301 – nine strokes behind tournament champion Hilton Head Island (292). Myrtle Beach freshman Keegan Vaugh shot even-par 72 to tie for second medalist... 

Boys Golf: Carolina Forest, Myrtle Beach win on links

This week’s bitter wind and cold finally gave way to golf weather Thursday as the Carolina Forest boys team returned to the links to post a 172-186 victory over Conway. Carolina Forest’s Kevin Burris shot 38 to earn medalist honors and a trio of Panthers shot in the mid-40s to lead the Panthers to the win. Connor Thomas led the Tigers with a 6-over 42. Carolina Forest will host the... 

Golf: Medalist Grigg leads MB to fourth at Patriot Invite

The Myrtle Beach High School boys golf team participated in the Fort Dorchester Patriot Invitational Preseason Golf Tournament at Wescott Golf Plantation in North Charleston against some of the top programs in the state. The Seahawks finished fourth in the 16-team tournament with a two-day total of 615. Myrtle Beach finished one stroke behind Lexington and five strokes behind first-place finishers... 

Phillips, Thompson win DJ; MI’s Knaffle takes second

Trent Phillips and Skylar Thompson each led wire-to-wire en route to winning the second annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship at TPC Myrtle Beach. Phillips entered the final round with a one-stroke lead and left little doubt about who the best player in the boys field was this weekend, besting second place finisher Teddy Tetak by six strokes. Phillips birdied the par 4, second hole... 

Johnson visits his tourney; fellow S.C. products shine

Trent Phillips of Inman, S.C., shot a 31 on the back nine en route to a 5-under par 67 at TPC Myrtle Beach to take the first round lead in the boys division at Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship on Friday. Skylar Thompson of Buford, Ga., and Natalie Petersen of Holly Springs, N.C., shot matching 2-under par 70s to take a three-stroke lead in the girls division. St. James standout Smith... 
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