Drive, Chip and Putt Championship

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Drive, Chip and Putt Championship

April 02, 2017

Photo By: Chris Trotman

Photo By: Harry How

Photo By: Harry How

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Photo By: SCOTT K. BROWN

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Photo By: Charles Laberge

Photo By: Chris Trotman

Photo By: Charles Laberge

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Photo By: Chris Trotman

Photo By: Chris Trotman

Photo By: SCOTT K. BROWN

Photo By: Chris Trotman

Kaeden Nomm in the Boys 12-13 division arrives at the course to begin the 2017 Drive, Chip and Putt National Final.

Photo By: Chris Trotman

Aidan Kramer hits a drive during the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at Augusta National Golf Club.

Photo By: Harry How

Jaron Steel Leasure reacts to his chip during the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at Augusta National Golf Club.

Photo By: Harry How

Zachary Colon of the 12-13 Boys division reacts to his putt during the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals. The Bolton, Mass., native won his age group.

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Maye Huang (Girls 7-9) lines up her putt attempt during the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals. Maye joined her brother, Treed, as the only siblings to ever both win an age division in the DCP.

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Cavan Jones, the first junior from New Mexico ever to qualify for the DCP, hits a drive while competing in the 14-15 division.

Photo By: SCOTT K. BROWN

Liam Hartling, with his father Ken, twice previously tried to qualify for the DCP before finally reaching the National Finals this year, and winning the Boys 10-11 division.

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Lyla Louderbaugh reacts at her chip during competition in the Girls 10-11 division.

Photo By: Charles Laberge

Masters champion Fred Couples lets Quinn Thomas try on his green jacket during the trophy ceremony for the Boys 10-11 division.

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Kennedy Swedick reacts after sinking her chip during the Girls 10-11 competition.

Photo By: Charles Laberge

Mason Quagliata, winner of the 14-15 Boys division is congratulated by his father.

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Brian Glennon of the 14-15 Boys division reacts to his putt the DCP National Final.

Photo By: Sam Greenwood

Alexa Pano, with 2008 Masters champ Trevor Immelman, became the first two-time DCP winner, taking the Girls 12-13 title after winning the 10-11 division last year.

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Girls in the 10-11 division warm up at the Tournament Practice area for their DCP final.

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Masters champion Mark O'Meara watches with 10-11 Girls division participants as eventual winner Lucy Yuan high fives Kennedy Swedick.

Photo By: SCOTT K. BROWN

Masters champion Danny Willett of England signs autographs during the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals.

Photo By: Chris Trotman

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