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It's #RR2016 With Michelle, Alison, Jessica and Austin

You know who needs a little R&R? Michelle Wie, Alison Lee, Jessica Korda and Austin Ernst. And that's just what these friends are getting in South Carolina. And they hashtagged it #RR2016 as they share photos on their respective social media accounts.

First, the background photo:

This group of Austin's LPGA friends gathered in Tennessee for her charity tournament at The Cliffs. Once the golf ended, the real fun began, and much of it took place on Lake Keowee.

One of the first shares tagged #RR2016 was this one, from Korda:

Jumping into #RR2016 like 😎

A video posted by Jessica Korda (@thejessicakorda) on

Front and back frolicking:

Such posers!

No butts about it:

#RR2016 #playindirtynotclean follow on 👻 @alisonnlee

A video posted by Alison Lee (@thealisonlee) on

But girls will be girls (Wie captioned this one, "Slumber party braids"):

And here is the quartet:

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