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The S.C. Golf Hall of Fame has announced that Sheri Turner, Charlie Rountree III and Todd White will become the 74th, 75th and 76 members during the S.C. Golf Association's Golf Day on Jan. 14, 2023.

MYRTLE BEACH - Zach Adams of Charleston shot a final-round 72 Sunday and cruised to a five-shot victory in the 91st South Carolina Amateur Golf Championship played at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club.

Sam McMillan of Mount Pleasant shared medalist honors at 69 with Ryan Jahr of Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., and Jack Seward of Florence in U.S. Junior Amateur qualifying held at the Links at Stono Ferry.

Madison Messimer, a 15-year-old from Myrtle Beach,  managed to catch College of Charleston golfer Mary Kathryn Talledo in regulation and then won a sudden-death playoff to capture the 96th Carolinas Women's Amateur Championship played at Yeamans Hall Club.

Three months after declaring he was “fully committed” to the PGA Tour, South Carolina's Dustin Johnson is among 42 players in the field for next week's LIV Golf Invitational, which offers $25 million in prize money that's backed by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund.

Kerry Rutan of Yeamans Hall Club claimed her first Women's South Carolina Golf Association senior championship May 17, shooting 78 for a 36-hole total of 155 and a four-shot win over Pam Prescott of Southern Oaks Golf Club.

J.J. Keene picked an excellent time to make his debut in the Charleston City Amateur golf tournament. Starting the day five shots off the lead, Keene was the only player in the tournament to break par in the final round, firing a 4-under-par 68 that was good for a one-shot victory May 15.

Bucky Dudley, executive director of First Tee of Greater Charleston, said a $150,000 gift the organization recently received from Ryan Hanks and the Madison Capital Group is "transformational."

How does a professional golfer put a double bogey-bogey start to his round out of his mind? Kurtis Luedtke of North Charleston erased that nightmarish start during a competitive outing in Orlando, Fla., by playing the remaining 16 holes in 15 under par for a 12-under score of 60.

Anthony Netto, who holds the world record in the Paralong Drive contest, will conduct a clinic April 10 at Wescott Golf Club as part of the Adaptive Golf Clinic and Veterans Welcome Home Parade that precedes the Chip-In for Veterans Golf Classic.

Luke Clanton knew he had to get things going when he made the turn to the final nine holes of the 2022 Azalea Invitational golf tournament at the Country Club of Charleston. And the 36-hole co-leader from Miami did exactly what he needed to do, making four birdies on the back nine on his way…

A team of American golfers rolled to a 44.5-27.5 victory over their Canadian counterparts in the Can-Am Junior Team Matches played at Wachesaw Plantation in Murrells Inlet on March 19-20.

Graham Worsham and Clay Willis won the Charleston City Four-Ball Championship Sunday over Jack Ellis and Mike Cobb in a playoff that ended under the lights on the putting green of Charleston Municipal Golf Course.

The U.S. Golf Association is bringing more championships to Charleston, announcing Feb. 1 that the 2023 U.S. Junior Amateur and the 2026 U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball will be played at the Daniel Island Club. It was announced earlier that the 2023 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball would be played at Kiawah Island Club's Cassique course.

Former Wando golfer Christian Sease and Bulls Bay Golf Club member Jayne Pardus have earned top honors in their respective golf organizations. Sease is the S.C. Golf Association Player of the Year and Pardus is the Women's SCGA Senior Player of the Year.

Gene Sapakoff column: Highlights in a remarkable year in the Palmetto State ranged from Phil Mickelson's unlikely PGA Championship run and a once-in-a-century Charleston RiverDogs championship to a short-tenured Presbyterian coach who didn't believe in punting

Frank Ford III has won numerous tournaments and received scores of accolades, all special in their own right, over a lengthy golfing career. But the latest honor, his induction into the Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame earlier this month in Southern Pines, N.C., brings all of his achievements full circle.