... to the Senior Golfers of South Carolina website. We are an amateur golf association made up of 375 golfers over 55 years old and located throughout the state of South Carolina. We host eleven tournaments at some of the state's finest courses and end the season with a two-day tournament held at a beautiful resort area in South Carolina.
2021 marks our 55th anniversary when our founders brought together this organization for the purpose of promoting friendly competition and good fellowship among senior golfers at some of the state's finest courses.
George W. Cobb, Jr.
On Monday March 29th, Senior Golfers of SC announced a new recognition, "I SHOT MY AGE". Any player that shoots a score matching or bettering their age will receive a special plaque of achievement. On that day, 3 men won that award. Roger Gentry,
age 86 shot 84, Jerry Pardue, age 70, shot 69 and Roger Page, age 69, shot a 69.
Our members continued to achieve this lofty goal of shooting your age at Rock Hill Bill Smith of Rock Hill, age 87, shot 82; Jeff Folley, age 83, shot 81; Odell Steele, age 74, shot 74 and Lang Foster, age 76, shot 75.
Our fellows did a great job at 119 year old Aiken Golf Club. Frank Herlong, age 78, shot 77 and Ron Intermill, age 84, shot 82.
Our guys continued their achievements and the following men shot their age in Greenwood. John Welker, age 74 shot 68, Mike Welsh, age 77, shot 77, and Doug Tooke, age 72, shot 72.
Doug Bedard continued our streak at the demanding Musgrove Mill GC by shooting a 73, his exact age.
We continued on our winning ways with Mike Robinson hitting his age right on with a 74 at Carolina CC. Mike's age? 74!
CONGRATULATIONS MEN! Arnold Palmer said that shooting your age is one of golf's greatest feats.
Our 49th visit to the Greenwood Country Club for our annual Best Ball of the Twosome was very successful. Pictured here is Jerry Price, Left, Greg Culbertson, SGSC President and Roger Plyler (Wedge) Right. Congrats!
The 2020 Championship awarded 3 trophies. From left to right, Greg Hooks, Overall Low Gross, Hal Huggins, Overall Low Net and Rajeev Malik, Folley Cup recipient for Low Net Super Senior. Their names will be added to the names on these beautiful trophies.