High School Golf

Girls HS Region play begins

Just in time for the start of Regional tournaments the South Carolina High School Golf Coaches have issued a ranking for the teams in the three classifications.

The rankings very closely reflect the way the season has played out for girls teams around South Carolina.

Blythewood has been the dominant AAAAA team in every tournament they have played.

In the AAAA Classification May River won the title last year and again has an outstanding team. A couple of teams in the AAAA Classification could give the Sharks some competition.

In the AAA Classification which includes AA and A teams Gilbert won last year and while challenged by Chesnee often this year, the Indians have been able to stay in front of the Eagles in most events.

Regional play to determine the teams that will compete in the Upper and Lower State qualifying tournaments next week are going on this week.

Here are the results we have been able to collect. If you have some we missed or are playing later this week please send the results along to us at golfclubsc@gmail.com or text to 864-921-5471.

Region II AAAA

Greenwood wins Region II AAAA title. The Eagles shot a 380 total to top Greenville.
Clair Lewis from Greenwood was the medalist.


As expected Blythewood easily won the AAAAA Region IV Regional qualilfying tournament.

The Bengals topped Spring Valley 283 to 363.

Ella Stalvey and Caroline Hawkins from Blythewood tied for medalist honors posting scores of 68.

Region II AA

The Chesnee girls continued their outstanding play this season with the Region II AA Championship.

Chesnee shot 302, Landrum was second with St Joseph’s third.

Sydney Roberts was named the Player of the Year in the region and shot a 68 to medal in the tournament.


Gaffney claimed the Region III title with a 332 winning score. Fort Mill was second with Boiling Springs finishing third.

Madison Dixon was the medalist shooting a 72.


The defending AAAA Sharks from May River will be in the Lower State qualifying tournament again this year.

May River shot a 343 total to top Hilton Head’s 356 total and win the Region VII championship.

Kylie Bowes from May River was the medalist shooting a 72 and was honored as the Region Player of the Year.

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