2018
GA-SC Junior Girls Team 
Challenge Matches
 

Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee
August 4-5, 2018






Georgia Wins 
2018 GA/SC Junior Girls Challenge Matches
Georgia 21.5 vs. South Carolina 14.5


Another gorgeous day at Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee for the final round to the 2018 GA/SC Junior Girls Challenge Matches.  


Match 1 - Chloe Holder (SC) vs. Carol Pyon (GA)
After getting shut out in the first round, Holder came back with a vengeance posting 3 birdies and two under on the back nine to secure the first 3 points of the day for South Carolina.  
Georgia 0 - South Carolina 3





Match 2 - Mary Katherine Talledo (SC) vs. Tess Davenport (GA)
Mary Kathryn kept it solid on the front with one bogey and a birdie on the 8th hole to keep the match all square at the turn.  However, Davenport did what she does best and turned it on on the back nine to secure two points for Georgia.
Georgia 2 1/2 
- South Carolina 1/2




Match 3 - Sophia Burnett (SC) vs. Arha Ko (GA)
Sophia posted 9 pars on the front nine to match Ko's two bogey's and 2 birdies and split a point.  Ko stayed steady on the back to secure two more points for Georgia.
Georgia 1/2 
- South Carolina 2 1/2.





Match 4 - Isabella Rawl (SC) vs. Sara Im (GA)

Rawl fired a one under par 34 on the front side to make the turn 3 up and secure the front nine point for South Carolina.  Im answered back on the back nine with a one over par for the match to go 18 holes and Rawl earning 2 points.
Georgia 1  - South Carolina 2




Match 5 - Savannah Hylton (SC) vs. Kate Owens (GA)
Owens was on fire on the front nine making 3 birdies to have Hylton 4 down at the turn.  Once again Hylton fought back and was able to extend the match 18 holes by draining a 10' putt on 17 for par.  Hylton took the back nine point for South Carolina
  Georgia 2  - South Carolina 1




Match 6 - Rachel Rich (SC) vs. Jenny Bae (GA)
The final match of the day was a battle between both states current Junior Girls State Amateur Champion.  The birdies were flying with Bae today who ended up posting a 3 under par through 15 with 4 birdies to take all three points for Georgia.
Georgia 3  - South Carolina 0




Another Fantastic Championship in the books for both Georgia State Golf Association and the Women's South Carolina Golf Association Junior Golf Foundation.  There were a lot of great shots hit and putts lipped out, but most importantly new friendships made.  Thank you to all involved and see you next year in South Carolina.

For complete scorecards and scores click the link below.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 2017
Tee # 1
Georgia
vs
South Carolina

Pts.
GA
Pts.
SC
8:00 a.m.
Tess Davenport
Buford, GA
vs
Chloe Holder
Williamston, SC
 
 3
 0
8:08
a.m.
Carol Pyon
 Macon, GA
vs
Mary Kathryn Talledo
Spartanburg, SC
 
 2
 1
8:16 a.m.
Sara Im
Duluth, GA
vs
Sophia Burnett
Bluffton, SC
 
 3
 0
8:24 a.m.
Arha Ko
Suwanee, GA
vs
Isabella Rawl
Lexington, SC
 
 1/2
 2 1/2
8:32 a.m.
Jenny Bae
Lawrenceville, GA
vs
Savannah Hylton
Hilton Head Island, SC
 
 3
 0
8:40 a.m.
Kate Owens
Suwanee, GA
vs
Rachel Rich
Mount Pleasant, SC
 
 0
 3
 
 
 
SATURDAY POINTS
 
 11 1/2
 6 1/2
 
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2018
Tee # 1
Georgia
vs
South Carolina

Pts.
GA
Pts.
SC
8:00 a.m.
Carol Pyon
Macon, GA
vs
Chloe Holder
Williamston, SC
 
8:08 a.m.
Tess Davenport
Buford, GA
vs
Mary Kathryn Talledo
Spartanburg
 
 2 1/2
1/2 
8:16 a.m.
Ahra Ko
Suwanee, GA
vs
Sophia Burnett
Bluffton
 
2 1/2 
1/2 
8:24 a.m.
Sara Im
Duluth, GA
vs
Isabella Rawl
Lexington
 
  
  3
8:32 a.m.
Kate Owens
Suwanee, GA
 vs
Savannah Hylton
Hilton Head Island, SC
 
  2 
  1
8:40 a.m.
Jenny Bae
Lawrenceville, GA
 vs
Rachel Rich
Mount Pleasant, SC
 
  3
  0
 
 
 
SUNDAY POINTS
 
  10
  8 
 
 
 
TOTAL POINTS
 
 21.5
 14.5




About the WSCGA Junior Golf Foundation:

The Junior Golf Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission of enhancing the lives of juniors through exposure to the game of golf by fostering competition, sportsmanship and appreciation for the integrity of the game.  More information about the organization and this tournament can be found on our web site  www.wscga.org.