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MB’s Vaugh runs the table, wins SC Junior Match Play

Despite qualifying in the middle of the pack for this week’s South Carolina Junior Match Play championship, Myrtle Beach’s Keegan Vaugh rattled off six consecutive head-to-head matches to capture the boys title in Rock Hill. The rising junior for the Seahawks defeated Drayton Stewart of Charleston 1 up in Friday’s semifinal, then beat Ian Faulconer of Simpsonville 4 and 3 in the... 

Johnson wins at St. Jude, recaptures No. 1 ranking

Former Coastal Carolina two-time All-American and Myrtle Beach resident Dustin Johnson is back on top of the golf world following his runaway victory in Sunday’s final round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis. Johnson capped an week of incredible shots with perhaps his best, a walk-off eagle on No. 18 to put the finishing touches on a final round of 66 and a six-shot victory over Andrew... 

Strong finish lands Chants in top 10 but no NCAA bid

The Coastal Carolina men’s golf team shot a final-round, 7-under par 281 – its third-best round of the season – at the NCAA Kissimmee Regional. However, the Chanticleers could not overcome its two-day deficit, were not able to move up the leaderboard and placed 10th with a 54-hole score of 859 at the par-72, 7,154-yard Watson Course at Reunion Resort. After yesterday’s round, first year... 

Boys Golf: Seahawks earn repeat as state runner-up

The Myrtle Beach High School varsity boys golf team finished second overall at the Region 4A State Championship. Lancaster won the championship and AC Flora finished third. The two-day tournament took place at the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University and wrapped up Tuesday. Though the Seahawks bested many of the top teams in the state, coach Lowell Counce described the squad’s second... 

Lone Panther Fortenberry ties for third in Class 5A

Carolina Forest’s Chris Fortenberry finished tied for third individually at the Class 5A Boys Golf Championships in Florence. Fortenberry followed up Monday’s round of even-par 71 with a 3-under 68 on Tuesday, tying Harrison Corbin of Boiling Springs for third and earning all-state honors. Gaffney’s Zach Gordon shot 62 Tuesday to earn medalist honors at 128, two strokes better... 

Boys Golf: Seahawks take aim at state title as a team

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 second state championship in the sport at next week’s state tournament. “He tried... 

Coastal headed to Disney for NCAA golf regionals

The Coastal Carolina men’s golf team along with numerous fans and supporters, gathered at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club Wednesday evening as it was announced that the Chanticleers will be playing the NCAA Kissimmee Regional, which will be held May 14-16 at played at Reunion Resort in Kissimmee, Fla., and hosted by Central Florida. In addition, NBC/Golf Channel provided live look-ins and interviewed... 

Golf: Seahawks, Vaugh sail to regional championship

The Myrtle Beach boys golf team captured the Region 7-4A championship Monday at Wachesaw Plantation, thanks to a scorching round by sophomore Keegan Vaugh. Vaugh fired a 3-under 69 to run away with medalist honors by seven strokes over the closest competitor. One of those was teammate Dock Jarman (76), who was selected to play in the North/South All-Star Match next weekend. Reigning state medalist... 

Seahawks stay hot against Sharks, prep for Palmetto

The Myrtle Beach boys golf team continued its recent string of hot play by defeating region rival St. James by 14 strokes at the Dunes Golf & Beach Club on Tuesday. Myrtle Beach’s Dock Jarman once again claimed medalist honors for the Seahawks with his nine-hole round of 1-over 37. Teammates Holden Grigg (38), Keegan Vaugh (41) and Chris Pacyna (42) rounded out the Seahawks’ foursome... 

Deneen’s record day has Chants atop leaderboard

Coastal Carolina’s Morgan Deneen had a record-setting day with a conference championship record 63 and a record 11 birdies during the second round of the 2018 Sun Belt Men’s Golf Championships Tuesday. His effort helped the Chanticleers not only maintain first place, but widened its lead to 17 strokes. CCU was the only team under par in round two, shooting a 9-under par 275, and have a 36-hole... 
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