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

nmbgolf-kneelWindy 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 with an even-par 36. He was joined by teammates Walker Devers (38), Coleman Bess (41) and Graham Gerrald (42).

Myrtle Beach posted nearly identical individual rounds as Keegan Vaugh and Doc Jarman shot 37s, Seth Boyce carded a 41 and Holden Grigg posted a 42 to round out the Seahawks’ scoring. Vaugh double-bogeyed the final hole to open the door for the Sharks.

Myrtle Beach returns to The Dunes Club for the third consecutive day on Thursday to face Conway at 5 p.m.

* Led by medalist Chandler Casey round of 38, North Myrtle Beach finished in first place in a tri-match at Diamondback with a team total of 157.

The Chiefs also got outstanding play from McClure Thompson (39) and Zack Kirtz (40). They were followed by David Lamb, Matthew Griego and Stokes McIntyre all tying for fourth with 41s.

Waccamaw (161) was led by Patrick Golden who shot a 39, followed by Drew Mullen (40), Jackson Cole (40), and Trey Salley (42),

Aynor (184) was led by Braeden Barnett (38), Dalton Gasque (47) and Owen Barnwell (48). Bailey Smith and Hayes Spires tied for fourth shooting 51s.

The Chiefs host the Carolina Forest Panthers Thursday at Eagle Nest at 4:30 p.m.

* Socastee shot a team total of 169 to claim a tri-match victory over Conway (174) and Georgetown (201) at Shaftesbury Glen.

Lance Vu fired a 37 in windy cinditions to earn medalist honors. He was joined by teammates Shane Peters (41), Grant Hutchinson (44) and Chad Hutchinson (47).

Conway was led by Connor Thomas (41), Raleigh Cook (42), Cliff Todd (43) and Cameron Brown (48).

Photo by Louis E. Keiner

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