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The Junior Varsity Boys Golf Team were shuttled to the Great White North of Blythewood, South Carolina, to Columbia Country Club, which is located in Blythewood, a town much closer to the Arctic Circle than Columbia, South Carolina, is, yet somehow the weather held steady, despite the fact that Columbia Country Club in not in Columbia, South Carolina. Man, that was difficult to keep straight.

Anyhoo, it was just a scrimmage to get the Flora and Blythewood Boys Junior Varsity Golf Teams Primed for High Level South Carolina High School Golf! (Editor’s Note: I love it.)

The Flying Falcons flew around the links today winning a 9 hole match 164-232.

Thomas Lamar earned medalist honors with his 37, an impressive score in the wet environment of The #1 State For Golf In The United States of America, South Carolina. It has rained so much recently that Mrs. Cub Reporter is decorating our new Ark.

James Rhodes represented the Birds with a cool 40, Thomas Sabalis’ 43 and William Milliken’s 45 rounded out the winning scores for The Birds With The Words. William Hudson, Henry Anders, and Hudson Clark were right there fighting for the Feathered Faithful.

“It was good for everyone to get a chance to play,” pontificated Legendary Head Coach Robert “The Dancing Bear” Dargan, UofSC Links Star of Days Gone By. “The 6 newcomers were joined by returner Hudson Clark. Everyone has seen playing time in this young season.”

“We didn’t putt as well as we would have liked,” continued The Dancing Bear, talking candidly to his friend Mr. Green Jeans. “But we still put up some decent numbers. This young group is very talented. Hopefully they will put in the necessary work to be major contributors to the storied and successful AC Flora Falcon Golf program.”

Next up: The Varsity Fowl will travel far, far away to Florence, South Carolina, over an hour away with few bathroom stops, to compete in the Titan Invitational at Florence Country Club, luckily located in Florence, South Carolina, where we will be after our seemingly never ending I-20 East Odyssey.

The Host School is Trinity-Byrnes. AC Flora and Trinity Byrnes are the top ranked schools in the State. It will be interesting how we fare.

This should be really, really, great, to quote Kent Dorfman.

Golf is so cool it’s hot. 360, baby!