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Teens waited a few hours Wednesday as the boy’s play ran longer and tee times were delayed.


Sisters Morgan and Maddisen Cox, from Easley, pulled for one another during the competition.


With rain in the forecast and with July heat, some golfers opted for umbrella attachments on their carts, as these two girls did.


Strong drives like this one helped girls to get solid scores in the S.C. Junior Match Championship.


These girls waited their turns patiently, Wednesday morning, as the boys match from earlier in the day ran longer. They took some time for photo ops but also kept up their mental preparation for their upcoming rounds.


Jalen Castle putts this hole once her sister, Jensen, removes the flag.


Jensen Castle fires this shot as she played in pair with sister, Jalen.


Golf Mom Mandy Williams and son, Landry, watch the action from their cart.


Savannah Goodman ponders her next move and which club to use.


This young lady returns her club to its bag after completing one of the middle holes in the course.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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