Bluffton's Bryson Nimmer rolled to victory at the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour's Lowcountry Shootout at Old South Golf Links this past weekend.
Nimmer finished at 7-under-par 137 to win the boys 15-18 division by three shots over Junior Players Golf Academy student Rowan Foxley.
Nimmer, who is committed to Clemson, made 10 birdies over 36 holes. He received four AJGA performance stars and a spot in the HJGT Tour Championship.
Junior Players Academy student Isidora Nilsson won the girls 15-18 division, shooting 68-74-142 to win by four shots. The South Carolina recruit outdueled Christina Guitierrez down the stretch.
Bluffton's Daniel Azallion survived a four-hole playoff to win the boys 11-14 division after his six-shot lead disappeared during the final round. Azallion held off fellow Bluffton resident Brandon McBride.
His 69 in the first round included a 32 on the front nine.
ANDERSON'S ACE HELPS EARN OVERDUE CHECK
Beaufort's Mark Anderson made the most of his first PGA Tour start since injuring his ankle in May.
At the McGladrey Classic last week in St. Simon's Island, Ga., Anderson made a hole-in-one on the third hole of his first round. He used a 4-iron from 212 yards on Sea Island's Seaside course.
The eagle helped him make the cut on the number the next day after consecutive rounds of even-par 70. Anderson shot 67-70 on the weekend to finish 3 under, tied for 54th and earn $12,544.
PROFESSIONALS TAKE HONORS CUP
A team of area club professionals thumped a group of amateurs Monday at Callawassie Island Club to win the Honors Cup.
The event pits 12 members of the Hilton Head Island PGA chapter against a team from Hilton Head Island Amateur Golf Association. The final score was not released.
The format included morning four-ball matches and afternoon singles matches. The professionals were Tom Logue, Josh May, Adam Lescalleet, Andy Hinson, Nathan Stamey, Matt Lucchesi, RD Darden, Brian Keiser, Jake Johnson, Scott Hunter, Pete Popovich, Mark Tomedolskey and captain Derrick Garrou. The amateur team included J.D. Hoft, John Patterson, Joe Bryant, Keith Potts, Benji Gecy, Jeff Wong, Charlie Hall, Gerry Pascale, Trey Testino and Jamie Manning.