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Suffolk individual golf championship

Mt. Sinai's Kristine Ly chips a shot during

Mt. Sinai's Kristine Ly chips a shot during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012) Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Some of Long Island's top golfers competed in the Suffolk individual girls golf championship.

Mt. Sinai's Kristine Ly tees off during the
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Mt. Sinai's Kristine Ly tees off during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Smithtown West's Victoria Snak tees off during the
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Smithtown West's Victoria Snak tees off during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Ward Melville's Casey Cohen chips a shot during
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Ward Melville's Casey Cohen chips a shot during the Suffolk HS girl's golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Mt. Sinai's Kristine Ly chips a shot during
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Mt. Sinai's Kristine Ly chips a shot during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Northport's Krissy Unger tees off during the Suffolk
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Northport's Krissy Unger tees off during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Northport's Krissy Unger tees off during the Suffolk
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Northport's Krissy Unger tees off during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Smithtown West's Victoria Snak chips the ball during
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Smithtown West's Victoria Snak chips the ball during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

Northport's Krissy Unger chips the ball during the
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

Northport's Krissy Unger chips the ball during the Suffolk girls golf championships at Sunken Meadow Park. (May 24, 2012)

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