Home » Golf

Johnson completes major breakthrough at US Open

It took more than a decade and several painfully close calls, but the long wait is finally over for “major winner” Dustin Johnson. The Coastal Carolina product and former Myrtle Beach resident fired a round of 69 in Sunday’s final round of the 116th US Open at Oakmont (PA) Country Club to finish at 4-under par for the tournament – good for a three-stroke win over a trio... 

DJ Deja Vu? Johnson tied atop US Open leaderboard

Dustin Johnson may be experiencing deja vu at the 116th US Open, but forgive him if he is hoping for a better ending. The former Coastal Carolina standout finds himself atop the leaderboard at the rain-delayed US Open at Oakmont (PA) Country Club, finishing Friday’s round tied with Andrew Landry at 4 under. Several players have yet to complete 36 holes. Last year in the U.S. Open at Chambers... 

SC Junior Golf Association offers 10 local tournaments

The Myrtle Beach Chapter of the South Carolina Junior Golf Association will run a series of 10 tournaments this summer, designed to help introduce aspiring players to the game and tournament play. The series will begin on June 13 with an event at the storied Dunes Golf & Beach Club, a consensus top 100 course, and culminate with an all-star event at Seabrook Island on August 20-21. The program... 

Johnson shoots 64 to top leaderboard at Memorial

Former Coastal Carolina All-American Dustin Johnson shot a sizzling round of 64 in the first round of the Memorial at Muirfield Village Golf Club on Thursday. Johnson carded 10 birdies, with two 2s on his scorecard. He had one stretch of four consecutive birdies (Nos. 12-15) and two with three consecutive birdies (Nos. 1-3 and 7-9). Johnson’s bogeys – on the par-4 sixth and 17th holes... 

Athlete of Week: Dupuis’ move pays off on course

North Myrtle Beach senior golfer Jake Dupuis has made some serious strides up the leaderboard for the Chiefs, but his best move may have come off the course two years ago. As an aspiring golfer living in his native Ontario, Canada, Dupuis made the difficult decision to leave home and move to the golf capital of the Grand Strand in hopes of improving his game and earning a college scholarship. Missions... 

Golf: Chiefs, Seahawks in hunt at 3A state tourney

The North Myrtle Beach High boys golf team is in fifth place after Monday’s first round of the Class 3A State Boys Golf Tournament at The Hackler Course in Conway. The Chiefs shot a team total of 312 and sit 16 strokes off the lead pace set by AC Flora (296). Hilton Head Island and Eastside are tied at 304 and Hartsville (310) is alone in fourth. North Myrtle Beach leads Gilbert (314) by... 

Big crowd, top stars attend Monday After the Masters

The team led by PGA Tour player Tim O’Neal and former football star Jimbo Covert shot an 19-under par 53 to win the 22nd annual Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am title at Barefoot Resort’s Dye Course Monday. For the 11th consecutive year, a sellout out crowd of 6,000+ fans packed the Dye Course to watch their favorite athletes, musicians and celebrities compete... 

Medalist Dupuis lifts Chiefs to fifth at Aynor Invitational

North Myrtle Beach High’s Jake Dupuis captured overall medalist honors and led the Chiefs to a top-five team finish in the Aynor Blue Jacket Invitational Golf Tournament over the weekend at Diamondback Golf Course in Loris. Dupuis shot a two-day total of 4-over-par 148 to head up the all-tournament team, and he was the only player in the field to break par for a round. Dupuis fired a 1-under... 

Bellarmine claims Palmetto; Waccamaw finishes second

Bellarmine College Prep of San Jose, Calif., shot a second round 278 at True Blue Golf Club, finishing the event 10-under, to cruise to a 22-stroke victory in the Championship Flight at the 19th annual Palmetto High School Golf Championship. After shooting 6-under as a team in the first round, Bellarmine took an 8-stroke lead into Saturday play. Waccamaw, which was 8-under as a team on Saturday,... 

Bellarmine blistering field to lead Palmetto Championship

Bellarmine College Prep of San Jose, Calif., shot a 6-under 274 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, seizing control after the first round of the Palmetto High School Golf Championship. Bellarmine will take an eight-shot lead over second place Myers Park (NC) into the final round. Bellarmine was led by Boots Del Biaggio, who shot a blistering 6-under 64. Thomas Eubanks from Myers Park and Eddy Lai... 
© 2016 Grand Strand Sports Report · RSS
Myrtle Beach Web Design
Myrtle Beach Kayak Tours