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When golf architect Troy Miller did the remodeling and restoration of Charleston Municipal Golf Course, he paid special attention to the course's history. The golf course opened in 1929, during a golden age of golf course architecture.

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Imagine the full Broadway cast of “The Lion King” showing up in your backyard for a matinee performance. Being at the 2020 Masters might be the greatest, oddest, coolest on-site observation opportunity in the history of major sports. The saddest, too.

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Gene Sapakoff column: Charleston's Mark Cumins runs the most popular restaurant in Augusta during a typical Masters week in April. But with no fans around for a COVID-19 delayed Masters, this week is anything but typical for Cumins and other local businesses. 

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Standing at the back of the range at Palmetto Golf Club last week, Kevin Kisner made no secret of what he was working on in advance of this week’s Masters Tournament.

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Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira came to the Azalea Invitational golf tournament without high expectations but he walked away Sunday with a ton of confidence and the winner's trophy.

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Jayne Pardus, who plays out of Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, captured her second straight Women's South Carolina Golf Association Senior Championship last week, scoring a 12-shot victory over runner-up Natalie Huff of the Woodlands Country Club.

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Gene Zeigler of Florence opened with a 6-under-par 65, and Chloe Holder of Williamston fired a 5-under 66 Tuesday to take the opening day leads in their respective divisions of the Beth Daniel Junior Azalea golf tournament at the Country Club of Charleston. The 54-hole tournament is for juni…

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Terry and Terence Jenkins shot 62-59—121 and beat Andy and Anthony Balao by one stroke to win the Summerville Country Club's annual Father-Son/Daughter golf tournament. The Jenkins also won the tournament in 1995. The Balaos posted scores of 58-64—122 in the captain's choice event.

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A quartet of golfers opened with 4-under-par 68s Tuesday to share the first-round lead in a tightly bunched field at the 48th Rice Planters Amateur golf tournament being played at Snee Farm Country Club. Twenty-nine of the 67 players in the field shot par or better.

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The coronavirus pandemic has had an unexpected impact on the Rice Planters Amateur golf tournament. It will be the first major amateur golf tournament since the virus shut down the sports world, and with the cancellation of numerous tournaments throughout the country, there has been increase…

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Golfers and non-golfers alike are taking notice of what's going on at Charleston Municipal Golf Course as they travel along Maybank Highway. A lot of heavy equipment is being operated, and there's lots of dirt being moved. Views looking out toward the Stono River are vastly different.


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