Elmore's 32 on nine holes equaled the school mark set by his brother, Baker, who has finished four-under par on three separate occasions.
Baker, who is in his senior year with the Braves, shot an even par 36 to assist Cheraw in its 151-173 win at the Cheraw Country Club on Monday. Braves senior Zack Mills also shot a career low 40, added with sophomore Ryan Smith's 43 in the victory.
The Cheraw win over Marlboro County came two days after the Braves hosted their fourth annual Braves Invitational at the Cheraw Country Club.
Cheraw finished sixth out of the 16 teams competing, besting seven 4A schools and two 3A programs. The Braves also finished ahead of region rivals Central and Chesterfield at the season-opening tournament, but they trailed rival 2A competitor Bishop-England by 18 strokes.
"At this point, Bishop-England would probably be the favorite to win the 2A state title this year, but we're working hard and trying to get where we need to be to compete," Cheraw head coach Rod Miller said.
One early disappointment for the Braves this season has been the loss of their third-position golfer, sophomore Stephen Adiemy, due to eligibility issues.
"Losing our No. 3 guy was obviously a terrible blow, but we're going to pick up the pieces and move on," Miller said.
At the Brave Invitational Saturday, Baker was the Cheraw leader with 75 on 18 holes. McCuen finished the day at 79, while Smith shot a 93 and Mills a 95.
Junior Trey Ingalls and sophomore Jordan Williamson also competed, shooting 96 and 99 respectively.
The Cheraw golf team will be playing in the prestigious Capital City Classic on Friday and Saturday in Columbia, competing against the best junior golfers and future college players in the state.
Cheraw got the invite because the Elmore boys are considered among the best in the state. Baker has already signed to play next season for the University of South Carolina.
Following this weekend's tournament, the Braves will return to the Cheraw Country Club to face Chesterfield on Tuesday at 4 p.m.