Grits ‘n Haggis Regatta – May 15-16, 2021
To our race committee, food and beverage team, organizers, and to all of the racers – THANK YOU for making Grits ‘n Haggis 2021 a success!
Eleven boats from Birmingham Sailing Club, Privateer Yacht Club, Lake Murray Sailing Club, Lake Lanier Sailing Club, Lake Norman Sailing Club and Western Carolina Sailing Club joined nine boats from KSC to enjoy two days of good weather, good eats, and great competition. A special thanks to all those road warriors for making the trip to Lake Keowee despite a crazy gas situation. See you all again at Grits ‘n Haggis 2022!
Photos by rezarfoto
Grits ‘n Haggis 2020 – CANCELED
due to Covid-19
Previous Event Details
KSC Racing News
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2017 Last Cat Regatta
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