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|Farmer, Trisler sizzle at 4-Ball|
Golfers got a slight relief from the sizzling temperatures this summer during the Budweiser 4-Ball Tournament championship this weekend at Panola Woods Country Club.
That was not the case on the course, however, as Jordan Farmer of Natchez and Lloyd Trisler scorched the nine hole course Saturday and Sunday, winning the 4-Ball event with a 64 on Saturday and 64 on Sunday to finish with a 16-under 128.
"We 'brothered-in-lawed' well," Farmer said. "We helped each other out. When I was out of it, he would birdie a hole and I was able to come up with some shots when we needed them. We went back and fourth pretty well. I felt like we would play well. We made our putts, which usually makes the difference in a tournament like this. You can hit the ball well all day long, but if you miss 8-to-10 foot putts it doesn't do you any good. We had a lot of opportunities for birdies and took advantage of it. We didn't leave many out there."
Farmer and Trisler shot a 64 the first day and led Johnny Futch of Monroe and Frank Maxwell of Delhi by one stroke going into Sunday.
Futch and Maxwell were seeking their third straight 4-Ball title and sixth overall.
"I figured a 64 would be leading, but I also figured there would be some 65 and 66s out there," Farmer said. "We wanted to get a good round in Saturday because we knew Sunday would be tougher, which it was. There are a lot of teams out there who can play."
The win in Ferriday was the first for Farmer, who played collegiate golf at Delta State last year as a freshman, but transferred to LSU and plans on trying out for the golf team this fall.
"I just didn't really like Cleveland (Ms.)," Farmer said.
Futch and Maxwell shot a 70 Sunday to finish in second place at 135.
"It was pretty awesome winning this tournament," Farmer said. "There are some great prizes and just to finish ahead of some of the golfers out here is exciting."
David Sinclair and Brian Brister were third at 137.
Finishing fourth was the team of Glenn Roscoe and Dale Cagnolatti at 138.
Roscoe and Cagnolatti have won five Bud 4-Ball titles.
Scottie Southall and Tommy Langlois were fifth at 139.
The teams of Richard Edgin and Steven Yelverton and Joel DupreŽ and Richard Criswell shot 140s.
Coming in at 141 were the teams of Brian Simpson and Gerald Tonore and Lannie Emfinger and Dan Farrow.
Brian Hinson and Shane Young shot a 143.
Mitch Ashmore and Lawrence Alwood came in at 151.
Taking first place in the first flight was the team of Darrel McCartney and Mark Peake at 138.
Bruce Thompson and Barry Marx were second at 142.
Tied for third at 143 were the teams of C.W. Wimberly and Gerald Griggs and Jerry Johns and Keith Dallalio.
In fifth place at 149 were the teams of Don Smith and Bubba Vicknair and Frankie Spence and Pat Hinson.
Beau Smith and Mark Curry won the second flight with a 142.
Placing second with a 143 was the team of Jamie Accardo and Terry Reddick.
Craig Jackson and Trip Bryant were third at 146.
David Cothren and Billy Ulmer were fourth at 148.
Jeff Jones and Denny Dickerson were fifth at 149.
Billy Risher and Keith Jackson won the third flight at 145.
Danny Barlow and Michael Mascagni were second at 147. Paul and Mark Patterson were third at 148.
C.J. Swillie and Johnny Goodwin placed fourth at 153, while Eddie Butler and Matt Malone were fifth at 154.
Mike Williamson and Jim McClellan shot a 157 to win the fourth flight. Babe Huff and Ellis Knapp were second at 158. Jeremy Wood and Lance Smith were third at 159, while Gary Wood and Hollis Venable placed fourth at 163. Tied for fifth at 164 were Doyle and Tony Patterson and Wayne Miley and Larry Reynolds.
Cliff Hamilton and Randy Knapp won the fifth flight with a 161.
Charles Webb and David Jones were second at 165. Jimmie Jones and Clint Landrum were third at 167.
Farmer was also part of the winning team for Friday's scramble, teaming up with Jeff Jones, Denny Dickerson and Steve Hoover to win the nine-hole warmup.
Dan Farrow, Mike Zimmerman, Kenny Boyd and Kyle Waggoner were second.
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