Hilton Head's Daniel Azallion called Greenwood Country Club a course that fit his style of play.
Boy, did it show Sunday.
Azallion carded six birdies -- and only one bogey -- during the second round of the Jimmy Self Invitational to capture the boys' title with a 6-under 138.
"I was pretty comfortable," Azallion said. "It’s my style of course. I have a really good short game, so it suits my game well. I was just able to hit a lot of greens, hit my lines on my putts and just let them fall."
Azallion, a rising junior at Hilton Head Christian Academy, started the day at 1-under but birdied hole No. 10 to begin his barrage on the back nine.
He birdied the next hole, then picked up a pair on 14 and 17 to finish the day at 5-under 67, the lowest round of the tournament.
"It gives me a lot of confidence going into all of my other tournaments to know that I can come out here and win," Azallion said. "It’s just a big deal to me. It’s a big confidence booster."
It's the second time in three years a golfer from Hilton Head Island has won the boys' title.
Dixon Flowers, of Sumter, and Trent Phillips, of Inman, tied for second with a 5-under 139.
Carly Lyvers, of Simpsonville, held off a second-round surge by Greenwood's Anna Grace Brock to win on the girls' side, posting an even 72 to put her at 1-over 145 for the tournament.
Lyvers had played the tournament three times, finishing as high as tied for third, but had never won it.
"This is my last year playing it because I’ll be a senior next year and I won't be able to play," Lyvers said. "It’s awesome to finish with a win, but I’m sad I won’t be here again."
Brock bounced back with a 1-under 71 following her 4-over 76 on Saturday.
She birdied two of the last three holes to put herself in contention, but couldn't climb out of her first-round hole, when she had a pair of double bogeys.
"Of course I left two shots out there that could have tied it, but it is what it is," Brock said. "I love Carly and I love Baylee (Evans)."
Evans finished one spot behind Brock, carding a 5-over 149.
Ninety Six's Skyler McFaddin fell to a tie for 46th after an 11-over 83. He finished the tournament with a 14-over 158. Greenwood's Christian Davidson shaved two points off his first-round score, finishing 14-over and ending at 30-over 174. After a strong first round, Clinton's Phoebe Carles dropped to a tie for sixth place at 8-over 152.
Ten players finished at or under par for the tournament.