Blue Hose golf signee
A self-described "late bloomer," Harrison Fisher will contribute next spring, and likely for the next four years to golf success at Presbyterian College. Fisher didn't take up golf seriously until the 9th grade. He figures the first time he beat dad Ronny was as a 10th grader.
Since then, Fisher has been a mainstay of the Clinton High golf team, coached by Chris Wofford, winning medalist in several matches this season. He missed going to the state golf tournament by just a handful of strokes.
Fisher said he's wanted to attend PC for many years, and the fact that his family is moving didn't take away that desire. Ronny Fisher is the new women's basketball head coach at Campbell University, following a successful run with the women's program at Presbyterian College. "PC has been near and dear to my heart growing up," Harrison Fisher said, after he signed a National Letter of Intent with the college's golf program today. He is the 12th Red Devil college signee this academic year.
Erskine College showed some interest, also. "I've always wanted to go (to PC)," Fisher said. "I had no second thoughts. I was always pretty committed to the program. Golf is a great test of physical and mental strength. I enjoy the challenge."
Fisher tried his hand at basketball and baseball, before settling on golf. "I saw the potential in that (committing to golf)," he said. "I think I have improved in all aspects of my game."
Fisher said he will be a math major at Presbyterian College, and his career goals after college are still being developed. "I know where I'm going now. That's all done," said Fisher, who with the rest of the CHS Class of 2016 graduates next week, June 2.