USCB GRAD CORY COTTRELL RETURNS TO COACH GOLF TEAMS

STORY BY JUSTIN JARRETT | PHOTO BY ROB KAUFMAN

When his collegiate golf career was over and Cory Cottrell began his graduate studies in sport psychology, he constantly found himself wishing he’d had the knowledge he was gaining while he was still playing competitively.

Now he’s committed to ensuring the golfers following in his footsteps are better prepared.

PARKER STEWART, 7 YEARS OLD, IS A RACE CAR NATURAL

BY JUSTIN JARRETT | PHOTOS BY ROB KAUFMAN

It was almost a given that Parker Stewart eventually would climb behind the wheel of a race car. It was in his blood.

But even his dad — a professional driver himself and the son of a race car driver — didn’t expect it to be at age 3.

Story by Barry Kaufman | Photos by Lloyd Wainscott

Every year, the beautiful yet challenging Clyde Johnston-designed Old South Golf Links has reaped accolades as one of the Lowcountry’s favorite spots to golf. There’s just something different in the way each hole hugs the landscaping, immersing you in the Lowcountry’s natural majesty.

Guiding this unique experience are some of the most experienced golf professionals in the area. 

Story by Barry Kaufman | Photos by Ritterbeck Photography

Dance is far more than just movement. It’s an artform, an expression of the soul as meaningful as any painting but crafted with the entire body. It’s also a science, an ever-evolving set of techniques and details that can and must be mastered for the true art to shine through. 

Few understand this balance like Tess Luechtefeld, owner of Carolina Collective. 

Story by Barry Kaufman | Photos by Rittherbeck Photography

B.J. STEARNS: GUIDING YOUNG ATHLETES TO GREATNESS

Over the past 20 years, Smith Stearns Tennis Academy has been helping shape the next generation of the sport. 

The two gentlemen whose name can be found on the sign need no introduction, of course. The first is Stan Smith, perhaps equally famous for his legendary tennis career as he is for the iconic shoe that bears his name. Joining him is B.J. Stearns, well known as a premiere juniors coach with dozens of junior national champions under his training, who has grown along with the academy.

Story by Barry Kaufman | Photos by Rob Kaufman

There are certain things that come to mind when one pictures Long Cove Club – elegant Lowcountry homes, picturesque waterfront scenery, and of course crisply manicured greens and meandering fairways on their world-famous Pete Dye course.

Since returning to the club as Director of Golf in 1987, Bob Patton has seen Long Cove Club’s profile grow to become one of the most celebrated courses in the country. 

HHI RESIDENT KEN ANDERSON RELIVES LEADING BENGALS TO THE BIG GAME

BY JUSTIN JARRETT | PHOTOS BY LLOYD WAINSCOTT

Every February the memories come rushing back to Ken Anderson, not that they ever fully fade. 

Every young boy who picks up a football dreams at some point of playing quarterback in the NFL, and in the wildest of those dreams, he might become the league MVP or even play in a Super Bowl.

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LOWCOUNTRY TEAMS ENJOY FANTASTIC FALL SPORTS SEASON

A Lowcountry star was crowned South Carolina’s Mr. Football for the first time, and a local squad capped off a second straight perfect season with a state title this fall — and that was just on the gridiron.

GOAL INDOOR SOCCER GIVES KIDS OPPORTUNITY TO EXCEL

In retrospect, the post on GOAL Indoor Soccer’s Facebook page from Jan. 13, 2020, seems almost ominous. Photos of construction taking place on the massive facility off S.C. 170 are accompanied by a message that seems doomed in hindsight.

“Moving fast!!! Are you ready for March?” 

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Historians have somehow traced the modern tailgate to a college football matchup between Rutgers and Princeton in the College Field parking lot in 1869. And while we won’t argue with historians, I can tell you from growing up in New England that true tailgating begins once you hit the Carolinas. 

“It’s a cookout, a family reunion, a sports bar and a fashion show all in one,” said Bluffton resident Erik Bridges, a recent Lowcountry import who has been tailgating at Clemson University games for 22 years. “I’m from New York, but my true baptism as a football fan happened at my first Tigers tailgate. It’s a fall ritual. Our social calendar year begins on September 1.”