Many people like to honor their loved ones after they pass by a donation to an organization that was special to their loved ones life.
Donations to The First Tee of Coastal Carolinas can be made in honor of that loved one. Click the Donate In Memory button, and be sure to include the persons name who you are honoring in the comment section.
If you would like to make a donation in recognition of a birthday, anniversary, personal accomplishment or a get well wish, please note the person being honored and the reason in the comments section.If you would like a page set up for a loved one through our website, please contact Shannon at 910-754-5288 or email Shannon@FirstTeeCoastalCarolinas.org
Larry Young was a visionary and Pioneer of golf for the greater Myrtle Beach area as well as Williamsburg, Virginia. Of the 10 golf courses that he built, 4 were voted “Best New Course of the Year by Golf Digest” and all 10 courses he built received numerous awards and accolades. Millions of golfers all over the world have been able to share wonderful memories of his golf creations.
He had an unyielding energy and imagination in business and a hunger for the next project. But most important to Larry was his family. His wife, two sons, grandkids and great grandchildren. Nothing made him happier than his grandchildren and spending time with them. Larry is predeceased by his father Lewis and his mother Juanita. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Judy Young. He has five grandchildren: Trey Young (Megan), Callie Bowden (Justin), Carson Lumpkin (Allston), Madeline Young and Isabella Young. His five grandchildren are: Quade, Caroline Young, Jack, Ava-Hunter, Nolan Bowden, Wren-Parker and Maggie-Rose Lumpkin.
Danny Nystrom, 45, of Surfside Beach, SC passed away unexpectedly at his home from a heart attack on
January 25, 2021.
Danny was a loving son, brother, uncle, and friend. He was a graduate of the Golf Academy of America
in Myrtle Beach, and valued the time he spent volunteering with First Tee while there. He was an avid
golfer and loved playing with family and friends, but he also wouldn’t hesitate to be paired up with a
group needing a fourth and enjoyed getting to know fellow golfers.
First Tee helps to share the game he loved so much with youth locally and throughout the country.
Thank you for honoring Danny’s memory in this way.
Dale Earl Greimann, 66, of Pawleys Island, South Carolina, passed away in his home on December 28, 2020 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Dale was a loving husband, father and grandfather, known for his inside jokes and frequent games with his grandchildren. He loved all sports and golf became his passion. He loved to share his passion for the game, teaching his daughters and grandchildren how to swing a club.
First Tee helps to share the game he loved so much with youth locally and throughout the country. Thank you for honoring Dale’s memory in this way.