Georgia-South Carolina Girls’ Challenge Match Event History

The Georgia-South Carolina Girls' Junior Challenge Match annually brings together the top junior girls golfers from the two neighboring states. It is patterned after the Georgia-South Carolina Junior Challenge Match for boys, which has been an annual event between the two states since 1976.  The top six girl golfers (based on the results of each state's Girls' Championship) are invited to participate in the Match, which is held alternately in Georgia and South Carolina each year.

Year
Champion
Hometown
Runner-Up
Result
Site
2006
South Carolina
5 - 3
The Landings Club (Plantation), Savannah, GA
2007
Georgia
17 - 7
Berkeley Hall, Bluffton, SC
2008
Georgia
17 1/2 - 6 1/2
Sea Island Golf Club (Retreat Course), St. Simons Island, GA
2009
South Carolina
19 1/2 - 4 1/2
Oldfield Golf Club, Okatie, SC
2010
Georgia
16 - 8
Harbor Club, Greensboro, GA
2011
Georgia
19 - 5
Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head Island, SC
2012
Georgia
6-1-1
Champions Retreat Golf Club, Augusta, GA
2013
Georgia
15 1/2 - 8 1/2
Seabrook Island-Crooked Oaks Course, Johns Island, S.C.
2014
Georgia
19 - 5
East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, GA
2015
South Carolina
12 1/2 - 11 1/2
Palmetto Golf Club, Aiken, S.C.
2016
Georgia
18 - 6
The Landings Club-Oakridge, Savannah, GA
2017
Georgia
19 - 17
DeBordieu Club, Georgetown, S.C.
2018
Georgia
22 1/2 - 13 1/2
Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee, Eatonton, GA

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