Rohan Allwood of The Woodlands Golf & Country Club in Columbia won the 63rd South Carolina Open at Florence Country Club by three strokes with a 3-under-par 67 in Friday’s final-round for an 8-under 202 total. He birdied holes 14 and 16 in the final round to secure his first Carolinas PGA Section major title.
Cody Clepper of Sumter and Davis Womble of High Point, N.C., tied for second at 205 and were the low amateurs of the tournament. Rick Morton of Rock Creek Golf & Country Club in Jacksonville, N.C., finished fourth at 206 and was the low senior age 50 and older.
Dale Ketola of Myrtle Beach and the Potential Golf school at Farmstead Golf Links and amateurs Johnson Holliday of Galivants Ferry and Tee Opperman of Pawleys Island tied for 32nd at 4-over 214. Chuck Johns of Longs and the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina tied for 41st at 216.
Father & Son Team Classic
Day 2 of the Father & Son Team Classic was played at several Grand Strand courses, with three Myrtle Beach groups in the top three of their respective flights.
Roger Wells, of Pacolet, and Travis Wells, of Myrtle Beach shot a 141 to lead the Quiros Flight, which played at the Barefoot Landing Love Course. Rick and Matt Taylor of Myrtle Beach shot a 145 to leave them in third place by four shots.
Richard Beck of Myrtle Beach and Bryan Beck of Easton, Pa., shot a 144 to put them seven shots back of the lead in third place of the Scott Flight, which played at Long Bay Resort.
Mike Bohardt, of Bradenton, Fla and Doug Bohardt, of Myrtle Beach, shot a 147 to leave them two shots back of the leader in the Mickelson Flight, which played at River’s Edge.