The favorites lived up to their billing at the inaugural Short Par 4 Girls Palmetto Tournament of Champions at True Blue, with freshman Jenna Kim firing a 6-under par 66 Sunday to lead her Durham Academy (NC) team to a five-stroke victory while also claiming the individual title.
Durham Academy (+51 two-round total) finished five shots clear of runner-up Dorman (SC), paced by Kim’s torrid finish that featured four birdies on her final six holes. May River (SC) finished in third with a final +70 tally.
Bridget Wilkie of Hilton Head Prep (SC) followed her opening-round 72 with a final-round 69 and finished at -3, just two shots back of Kim to claim second place in the individual competition. Olivia Roberts of Chesnee (SC) came in third at -1, and hit the highlight shot of the day Sunday with an ace on the par-3 16th.
The Short Par 4 Girls Palmetto Tournament of Champions is a 36-hole competition featuring the championship teams of the Carolinas, with the top teams and individuals from North Carolina and South Carolina invited to play for no entry fee, courtesy of Short Par 4.