Anderson Brothers Bank High School Invitational


Monday April 15th, 2024
Tuesday April 16th, 2024


Darlington Country Club - April 15th
Florence Country Club - April 16th

Since its establishment in 1926, Darlington Country Club has set a standard of excellence. The fairways are bordered by tall, mature pine trees and beautiful Darlington Oaks, while the wide winding "Black Creek" runs through the property, highlighting the picturesque scenery. The rolling undulations on the greens and the steep slopes around them create a unique challenge for each approach shot and reward the golfer with a creative short game. The greens' size and design vary to complement each hole's length and difficulty level.

Florence Country Club has a rich history, dating back to its founding in 1924. Although the original architect is unknown, the 18-hole layout was built in the "Donald Ross" style and is situated on a stunning 77-acre site with significant elevation changes throughout the property. Over the years, Florence Country Club has hosted several top professional and amateur tournaments, including two USGA National Championships. The club hosts The Grant Bennett Florence Junior Invitation, a widely recognized event.

The tournament is grateful to have the opportunity to hold its event at these exceptional facilities, staffed by professionals who are enthusiastic about accommodating all participants. The atmosphere and professionalism of everyone involved in the tournament have been crucial in establishing it as one of the most popular high school tournaments in South Carolina.


The tournament was originally created as a 36-hole stroke play competition for high school golf teams in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina. It has been held every spring since 2000 and has become a popular event, now open to both public and private school golf teams from all over South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.

Thanks to ongoing promotion efforts, the tournament has gained more recognition and prestige over the years. In 2004, it was officially accepted into the South Carolina Junior Golf Association's tournament list for individual state rankings. In 2008, tournament officials expanded the field to include teams from neighboring states, increasing the competition's diversity and competitiveness.



Lexington High School
River Bluff High School
Chapin High School
Oceanside Collegiate
Central High School
Gray Collegiate
Trinity Collegiate
Gilbert High School
AC Flora High School
Chesterfield High School
Greenwood High School
Spring Valley
T L Hanna High School
Augusta Christian
South Aiken High School
West Florence
Conway High School
Porter Gaud
Lugoff-Elgin High School
Indian Land High School

Ryan Marsden
Jamen Sanders
Banks Steele
Bently Hall
Roman Bianco
Jenkins Andrews
Evan Cox
Luke Gardner
Mason Slaughter 

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Tuesday April 16th



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