Palmetto Championships

PO Box 843

Belton, SC 29627

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Phone: (864) 338-7751

City: Belton

Region: Mountains

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Palmetto Championships

South Carolina's junior qualifying tournament. Players 18 and under compete to earn endorsement to the Southern Championships and National Championships, determined for both boys and girls in five age divisions (10's, 12's, 14's, 16's and 18's).Features the state's top tennis players.

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