Most golf courses require appropriate golf attire, but once a year the rules get bent a little at Pebble Creek.
The annual Tradition Four-Ball for juniors is being played this weekend at the course in Taylors.
The first round has usually been an opportunity for the teams to dress up in a costume that would otherwise not be the first choice of golfers to wear at the course.
The pictures of the contestants in their costumes are online at the SCJGA Facebook site.
Anyone can look up the site and vote for their favorite costumed golfers. The winner of the costume contest is almost as important as the winner of the tournament.
The winner will be announced on Sunday and posted to the Facebook site.
The team of Carly Lyvers and Emily Dunlap of Greenville hold a 1-shot lead in the girls division. The two Greenville golfers shot a 6-under par 66 to take the lead.
The team of Kerrington Lamb from Easley and Chloe Holder from Williamston are in second place going into the final round.
The boys tournament is led by a pair of golfers from Bluffton. Drew Weary and Brandon McBride a great day carding an 11 under par 61 for a four shot lead.
The team of Brady Hinkle from Lancaster and Nicholas Mayfield of Rock Hill are second.
Nathan Franks and Nick Srinivasan are tied with Austin Mosher of Mt Pleasant and Zack Reuland of Rock Hill. The two teams tied at 6-under par.
Final round is set for Sunday at Pebble Creek Country Club in Taylors.
Categories: High School Golf, Junior Golf
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