It is a big day for Junior golfers around the country as they make their college commitments official on National Signing Day.
South Carolina has a number of outstanding young golfers who will help college teams in the Palmetto State and around the country.
We will attempt to keep up with the recruiting signings as they become available on social media today and for the next several days.
Just a reminder college coaches cannot comment on a recruit until all the paper work has been completed and the National Letter of Intent is received and approved.
Please check back often as we will be updating this page.
Sydney Roberts, Chesnee High School to Clemson
Roberts won the SCHSL AAA Individual championship last month and led her team to the state title.
During the recently completed high school season Roberts won 6 individual championships including the state title.
Her most impressive round was shooting a 10-under par 62 at the Ponderosa Classic.
In state association events, Roberts’ won the WSCGA Foundation championship and finished second in the Junior Girls championship.
She was the runner up at the CGA Junior Girls championship and was consistently in the top-10 of most CGA championships.
Zach Adams, First Baptist School to South Carolina
Adams put together a two week hot streak during the summer that netted the future Gamecock golfer a pair of important junior championships.
He won the South Carolina Junior Match Play championship at Lancaster and followed up a week later with a win at The Blade at Thornblade Club.
Isabella Rawl, Lexington HS to Clemson
Rawl is a two time state high school champion in the AAAAA Classification.
She won her first title in 2018 and then missed over a year of competition recovering from an injury.
She made a dramatic return to competition with a win in the prestigious Beth Daniel Junior Azalea.
This year Rawl repeated as AAAAA individual champion.
Kennedy Gooding, Gilbert HS to Anderson University
Kennedy Gooding has been an outstanding contributor to the success of the young Gilbert High School golf team.
In 2020 she led the team to its first state championship.
Gooding was the 2021 Class AAA runner-up.
She will play college golf next year for the Anderson program that has become a nationally ranked program in NCAA Division II.
Molly Hardwick, Lexington HS to Mississippi
Molly Hardwick did not finish here high school career at Lexington, instead her family moved to Nashville, Tennessee were she continued her outstanding play.
As a member of the Wildcat teams at Lexington, Hardwick won 11 individual tournaments and a state championship.
Combined with Rawls, the two golfers won three of the last four AAAAA individual state titles.
Hardwick will play college golf for the defending NCAA Women’s Champions at Ol’Miss coached by South Carolina native Kory Henkes
Walker Jennings, Christ Church to South Carolina
Walker Jennings won one of the biggest tournaments not titled a state junior this past summer with his victory in the Grant Bennett Florence Junior Invitational.
He finished third in the state Class A championship and helped his Christ Church team keep their streak of state titles going.
He just recently finished 7th in the prestigious Bobby Chapman Junior and last summer tied for 9th at the Junior North and South in Pinehurst.
Luke Sullivan, AC Flora to South Carolina
The Gamecocks load up on instate talent signing their third player from the Palmetto State High School ranks.
Luke Sullivan came within a shot of winning the 2021 SC Junior Championship.
His senior year at Flora included the 2021 Upper State AAAA championship, medalist honors at the Georgia-South Carolina Cup and a 5th place finish at The Blade