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|Panola hosting tournament|
Johnny Futch of Monroe and Fred Maxwell of Delhi return to Panola Woods Country Club this weekend in hopes of winning their second straight Budweiser 4-Ball Tournament and their fourth overall.
"We're looking at another full field," said Panola Woods Golf Pro Fuzzy DeLaune. "This is our biggest tournament and hopefully it will be another good one.
The tournament consists of a scramble on Friday with the 4-ball tournament being held Saturday and Sunday.
The 4-ball tournament will consist of 72 teams.
"We've got a good many local people playing," DeLaune said.
The Panola golf pro said he would love to have some rain.
"The farmers need it and this golf course needs it," he said.
Futch and Maxwell shot a 133 last year to win the title.
Glen Roscoe and Dale Cagnolatti hold the record with five tournament titles.
Kevin Bacle and Wes Tarver finished second last year at 134, while the teams of Lannie Emfinger and Dan Farrow, Pat Hinson and Clif McGlothin and David Sinclair and Adam Hand tied for third at 136.
Bacle and Tarver won their first 4-Ball Tournament two years ago.
Taking top honors in last year's scramble was the team of Dan Farrow, Lee Rife, Ronnie Lewis and Ray Simpson, shooting 15-under par.
Three teams tied for second place in the scramble.
Closest to the hole and longest drive awards will be presented after the tournament.
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