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The Daniel Island Club is getting ready to become a very busy place with the playing of the U.S. Junior Amateur scheduled for July 24-29.The juniors will begin 36 holes of stroke-play qualifying on Monday and Tuesday of that week on both the Ralston Creek (Rees Jones) and Beresford Creek (Tom Fazio) courses to whittle the field to 64 for match play. If there is a tie in qualifying, there will be a sudden-death playoff to get the number to exactly 64 for match play that begins on Wednesday and concludes with a 36-hole championship matc...
The Daniel Island Club is getting ready to become a very busy place with the playing of the U.S. Junior Amateur scheduled for July 24-29.
The juniors will begin 36 holes of stroke-play qualifying on Monday and Tuesday of that week on both the Ralston Creek (Rees Jones) and Beresford Creek (Tom Fazio) courses to whittle the field to 64 for match play. If there is a tie in qualifying, there will be a sudden-death playoff to get the number to exactly 64 for match play that begins on Wednesday and concludes with a 36-hole championship match on Ralston Creek on Saturday (July 29).
Three South Carolina golfers are among those who will participate in the qualifying portion of the tournament. Rowan Sullivan of Charleston and Davis Neal of North Augusta both advanced in a qualifier at Daniel Island Club. Matt Moloney of Daniel Island earned his spot in a qualifier held at the University of Georgia course in Athens.
This year 4,261 players registered for the U.S. Junior, the second-most in history and highest total since 1999. The Daniel Island qualifying field consists of 264 golfers, 60 of whom were exempt.
Notable past champions include three-time winner Tiger Woods (1991-93); Jordan Spieth (2009, 2011); Scottie Scheffler (2013); Johnny Miller (1964); David Duval (1989); and South Carolina native Charlie Rymer (1985).
Wenyi Ding of the Peoples Republic of China defeated Caleb Surratt of Indian Trail, N.C., 3 and 2, in the 2022 U.S. Junior played at Bandon Dunes in Oregon.
The winner of the tournament receives a gold medal; an exemption from qualifying for future U.S. Juniors while still eligible; an exemption into the 2024 U.S. Open at Pinehurst,; and exemptions into the 2023 and 2024 U.S. Amateurs. A competitor cannot have a Handicap Index exceeding 4.4, and must not have reached his 19th birthday by July 29, 2023.
This marks the fourth time the U.S. Junior has been played in South Carolina. It was previously played in 1963 at Florence Country Club, in 1979 at Moss Creek Golf Club on Hilton Head Island, and in 2015 at Colleton River Plantation in Bluffton.
Andrew Swanson of Bluffton and Jackson Buchanan of Dacula, Ga., were co-medalists with scores of 134 in qualifying for the U.S. Amateur held July 10-11 at Dataw Island Club.
Max Dupree of Eatonton, Ga., and Ethan Paschal of Fayetteville, N.C., tied for third with scores of 137. Jackson Byrd of St. Simons Island, Ga., son of touring pro Jonathan Byrd, birdied the second playoff hole to earn the final spot after tying Charleston’s Rowan Sullivan at 138. Sullivan is the first alternate.
The U.S. Amateur will be played Aug. 14-20 at Cherry Hills Country Club in Colorado.
The 11th annual Mount Pleasant Charity Open will be held July 28-30 at Patriots Point Links. The entry fee for the 54-hole tournament is $250 for the Championship Division and $220 for the Senior and Open Division. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Bobby Jones Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation. The tournament has raised more than $62,000 from the event.
Tournament information, including registration, is available at patriotspointlinks.com under the Events tab.
Rick Gentile, June 26, Plantation Course at Edisto, No. 6, 100 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Jack Byrnes, Mike Murphy.
Bill Mullen, June 26, Plantation Course at Edisto, No. 12, 119 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Leon Runey, Pat Runey, Joe Clarey.
Reed Sugg, June 28, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 17, 128 yards, 9-iron. Witnesses: Joe DiMaio, Nathan Scales.
Coe Brier, July 1, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 3, 139 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Rob Kerr, Austin Peluso, Matt Zeffery.
Nicholas Weinberg, July 1, Charleston Municipal Golf Course, No. 14, 114 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Brett Murray, Daniel Summa.
Jan Klein, July 5, Shadowmoss Golf and Country Club, No. 9, 100 yards, 5-hybrid. Witnesses: Donnette Potter, Penny Moody.
Mark Warner, July 11, Crowfield Golf Club, No. 13, 98 yards, 9-iron. Witnesses: George Rodriguez, Doug Gibbs, Pat Hobday.
The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.The Beresford Creek Bridge is one of the only two ways to get onto Daniel Island, but officials say the bridge is in need of demolition and replacement after years of use.The final approval of the project from the city council would in...
The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - The city of Charleston will be voting Monday and Tuesday night on the approval of a $2 million replacement bridge on Daniel Island.
The Beresford Creek Bridge is one of the only two ways to get onto Daniel Island, but officials say the bridge is in need of demolition and replacement after years of use.
The final approval of the project from the city council would include adding a pedestrian and bike lane since the current bridge is very narrow.
Charleston City Councilman Boyd Gregg has been pushing for approval of the project to reduce dangerous traffic conditions on the bridge.
“More than anything, right now, I’d say pedestrian access,” Gregg says. “There’s not a really safe path for pedestrians cross or bikers to cross; the new bridge will have much improved pedestrian access.”
The bridge experienced damage to its infrastructure about three years ago, forcing load limits on the bridge for heavy trucks.
More recently, fire vehicles and ambulances are no longer to access the island from the bridge due to its current condition.
City of Charleston Director of Public Service Tom O’Brien says the bridge was built in the 90s, and it used to be the only way to access Daniel Island before Interstate 526 provided another entry point.
“Obviously with all the development with the homes and the town center, traffic has increased,” O’Brien says. “The bridge we will be replacing it with will be a very solid bridge and will provide great access for the people.”
Daniel Island is also working on another project to build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over Nowell Creek.
“I think it shows the city’s commitment to provide these passages and safe ways to allow for pedestrians and bicycles to use the city,” O’Brien says.
Both O’Brien and Gregg are pushing for the project to finish before the next school year.
“There’s a significant amount of school traffic on this road, particularly for those traveling up with Phillip Simmons High School,” Gregg says. “We really wanted to try to get this done as much as we could during the summer to try to alleviate some of that school traffic and take advantage of school being out.”
In efforts to address traffic concerns, the city will be holding a meeting in the next month to explain the entire construction process and answer questions from nearby homeowners.
The project will be voted on at Monday night’s Public Works and Utilities Commission meeting and Tuesday’s city council meeting.
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DANIEL ISLAND — The Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band concert at Credit One Stadium slated for May 20 is being rescheduled due to an unexpected and undisclosed health issue that has befallen the “Cheeseburger in Paradise” singer.The last-minute show, which was announced on May 12, with ticket sales beginning May 15, will now take place at a yet-to-be-announced later date.Buffett was quoted in a news release regarding the rescheduling, with mentions of an unexpected hospitalization after a recent Bahama...
DANIEL ISLAND — The Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band concert at Credit One Stadium slated for May 20 is being rescheduled due to an unexpected and undisclosed health issue that has befallen the “Cheeseburger in Paradise” singer.
The last-minute show, which was announced on May 12, with ticket sales beginning May 15, will now take place at a yet-to-be-announced later date.
Buffett was quoted in a news release regarding the rescheduling, with mentions of an unexpected hospitalization after a recent Bahamas trip and his promise to return to the Lowcountry, or, as he calls it, the “land of she-crab soup.”
“Hello, my faithful fans in Charleston and beyond. These few words from Mark Twain about life changes, seemed perfect to pass on at this time. ‘Challenges,’ he said make life interesting however overcoming them is what makes life meaningful. I had a sudden change of plans this week that affected us all. Two days ago, I was just back from a trip to the Bahamas, thawing out from the California ‘winter tour,’ and chomping at the bit to get to Charleston. I had to stop in Boston for a check-up but wound up back in the hospital to address some issues that needed immediate attention. Growing old is not for sissies, I promise you. I also will promise you, that when I am well enough to perform, that is what I’ll be doing in the land of she-crab soup. You all make my life more meaningful and fulfilled than I would have ever imagined as a toe-headed little boy sitting on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico. Thank you for your prayers and thoughts, your amazing years of loyalty, and just remember, ‘NOT YET!’”
Buffett and his band’s show would’ve been part of the Second Wind Tour 2023. They’ve been working on a new album as a followup to 2020′s “Life on the Flip Side,” which debuted at No. 2 on Billboard.
In initial anticipation of the event, Credit One Stadium’s general manager, Chris Meany, said, “We can’t wait to have the Parrot Heads join us for what will be the biggest party of the year! Don’t miss out — Fins up!”
According to the latest news release announcing the rescheduling, all previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date once announced, and more information will be emailed to ticket purchasers directly.
The long awaited replacement of the Beresford Creek Bridge started this month. Dominion, AT&T, and Home Telecom are currently relocating utilities off of the old bridge. That work is expected to take about six weeks, and as soon as that work is done, the old bridge will be removed and a new one will be built in its place.We expect to close the bridge on June 19, and the closure is anticipated to last approximately nine months. We are hopeful that there will be ways to reduce this timeline.Thanks to our engineering partner, ...
The long awaited replacement of the Beresford Creek Bridge started this month. Dominion, AT&T, and Home Telecom are currently relocating utilities off of the old bridge. That work is expected to take about six weeks, and as soon as that work is done, the old bridge will be removed and a new one will be built in its place.
We expect to close the bridge on June 19, and the closure is anticipated to last approximately nine months. We are hopeful that there will be ways to reduce this timeline.
Thanks to our engineering partner, JMT, our State House Representative Mark Smith, the Daniel Island POA, the City Public Service Department, and Mayor Tecklenburg for helping to get this project moving. It has truly been a team effort.
I realize this is going to be an inconvenience, but the new bridge will be an incredible improvement for the island. If you would like to learn more about this important project, the city is holding a community meeting at 5 p.m., June 15, at the Daniel Island Recreation Center.
TRAFFIC CALMING DEVICES ON DI AND POINT HOPE
We have also been working to install traffic calming devices both on Daniel Island and in Point Hope.
A new speed bump has been installed on Oak Leaf Street near the Crow’s Nest pool. Additional traffic improvements are being installed in Point Hope near the entrances to Philip Simmons Elementary, Middle, and High schools. These improvements will include a raised
crosswalk and Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) to increase pedestrian safety
FAIRCHILD STREET AND RIVER LANDING DRIVE INTERSECTION
Additionally, the Fairchild and River Landing intersection will be receiving an upgrade. As you are driving from Island Park Drive to River Landing Drive, the right lane will be converted to a right turn only arrow, and the left lane will be converted to a left and a straight through arrow. Unfortunately, we aren’t able to make this change by a simple repainting of the arrows since it is owned by the South Carolina Department of Transportation. There will be some minor construction to correct the alignment, install additional signals, and then the arrows will be repainted.
Lastly, as you may have noticed, the City’s Public Service Department has been working diligently to replace many of the sidewalks on Daniel Island. Over the years, many of the roots on the street trees have grown much larger and have caused breaks in some of the sidewalks. This is an ongoing effort but is a much needed refurbishment.
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This week there are new developments coming before the various City of Charleston boards and committees. Below are those items as well as the application results for items specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. More detailed agendas and results can be found at charleston-sc.gov/agendacenter.UPCOMINGCITY OF CHARLESTON TECHNICAL REVIEW COMMITTEEMarch 2: Marshes at Daniel Island – Review of revisions to previously approved road construction plans for a 56-unit development at 146 Fairbanks Drive.March 2...
This week there are new developments coming before the various City of Charleston boards and committees. Below are those items as well as the application results for items specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. More detailed agendas and results can be found at charleston-sc.gov/agendacenter.
CITY OF CHARLESTON TECHNICAL REVIEW COMMITTEE
March 2: Marshes at Daniel Island – Review of revisions to previously approved road construction plans for a 56-unit development at 146 Fairbanks Drive.
March 2: Thomas Island Marina – Gravel parking lot and restroom building to serve Thomas Island Marina at 100 Sands Preserve Drive, Cainhoy.
March 2: Woodfield Daniel Island III – 12-unit townhome (Phase 2) of Woodfield Daniel Island III Multifamily (Phase 1) at 350 Henslow Drive.
March 2: The Waterfront Phase 3 – Road extension and six single-family lots at 515 Helmsman St., Daniel Island. This road extension stops before the path. Documents filed with the city depict the road crossing the existing walking path into the wooded area across from the cemetery with additional single family lots.
March 2: Point Hope – Goldfinch Tract – Construction of a mixed-use development containing 192 units of single-family attached homes and amenities in Cainhoy (address to be determined).
March 9: Cainhoy Sports Park Amenity – A site plan for amenity, swimming pools, sports parks, parking lot, and stormwater pond on 23.5 acres at 3050 River Village Drive.
March 9: The Waterfront Phase 3 – Site Plan for three buildings, parking lots and utilities for 41 units on 2.2 acres at 610 Waterman St.
March 9: Woodfield Point Hope 3 Mixed Use – Site plan for a new 364-unit multifamily development with retail and leasing space on 44.6 acres at 1260 Clements Ferry Rd.
Feb. 23: Hawthorne at Clements Ferry Road – Review of revisions to a previously approved site plan for 210-unit multifamily development at 2800 Clements Ferry Rd., Cainhoy. Result: Approved pending final DRB approval.
REGULARLY SCHEDULED CITY & COUNTY MEETINGS
Berkeley Co. Bd. of Education is meeting the first and third Tuesday each month through April 2023. Starting May 2023, they will meet the first and third Monday. Executive Committee meets at 5:30 p.m.; meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
Berkeley Co. Council meets fourth Mon. of each month, 6 p.m., Berkeley County Admin. Blg., 1003 Hwy 52, Moncks Corner.
City of Charleston Council typically meets the second and fourth Tues. of each month, 5 p.m., City Hall, 80 Broad Street, Charleston, SC and/or virtually via Conference Call #1-929-205-6099; Access Code: 912 096 416. Exceptions: Summer Schedule - 3rd Tues. of June, July, and August; December meetings on the 1st and 3rd Tues. Dates and locations subject to change.
City of Charleston Technical Review Committee meets every Thurs. at 9 a.m.via Zoom.
City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals – Site Design meets the 1st Wed. of each month at 5 p.m. via Zoom.
City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals – Zoning meets the 1st and 3rd Tues. of each month at 5:15 p.m., except for January and July when no meeting is held on the 1st Tues.
City of Charleston Design Review Board meets the 1st and 3rd Mon. of every month at 4:30 p.m.
City of Charleston Planning Commission meets the 3rd Wed. of every month at 5 p.m.
City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review – Large projects meets the 2nd and 4th Wed. of every month at 4:30 p.m.
City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review – Small projects meets the 2nd and 4th Thurs. of every month at 4:30 p.m.
All meetings are open for public comment except the City of Charleston Technical Review Committee meetings.
For more information, contacts for specific projects and on location and time of the meetings or to learn more, visit charleston-sc.gov/AgendaCenter/.