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|Maxwell-Futch win Panola Bud 4-Ball for seventh time|
Johnny Futch of Farmerville and Frank Maxwell of Delhi teamed up to win their seventh Budweiser 4-Ball Golf Tournament and third in four years as the pair shot a two-day total of 126 to capture the championship.
"I didn't realize it was our seventh time," Maxwell said. "That's something right there."
Maxwell and Futch shot a 62 on Saturday and 64 on Sunday despite a 40-minute rain delay.
When returning to the course on hole No. 5, Futch hit a tee shot that was within a foot of the hole.
"It was just a tap-in from there," Maxwell said.
The team of Glen Roscoe and Dale Cagnolatti tied for second with Kevin Bacle and Wes Tarver at 129.
Futch and Maxwell trailed Roscoe and Cagnolatti, who have won five Bud 4-Ball titles, by one stroke, but shot a seven-under over the next seven holes to win the tournament.
"We've been in that position before," said Maxwell, who has teamed with Futch in tournaments for the past 15 years.
Maxwell and Futch won the Beau PreŽ Championship in Natchez last year.
The pair finished second at the Morehouse 4-Ball this year.
"We love coming to Ferriday," Maxwell said. "It's always real nice, the course is in great shape and the tournament is run real well."
Richard Edgin and Steven Yelverton were fourth at 131, while the teams of Mickey Wilkerson and Jimmy Guthrie and Lannie Emfinger and Dan Farrow tied for fifth at 134.
Scottie Southall and Rick Moore came in at 135, while Jeff Jones and Justin Loe and David Sinclair and Wayne Whitley shot 136s.
Brian Simpson and Gerald Tenore shot a 143, followed by Joel Dupre and Richard Criswell at 145 and Lloyd Trisler and Lee Jones at 148.
Capturing the first flight was the team of Beau Smith and Mark Curry at 137.
Darrell McCartney and Mark Peake were second at 140, while Pat Hinson and Cliff McGlothin were third at 142.
Jeff Peoples and Nick Nicholson were fourth at 143, while the teams of David Boydstun and Jerrett Watson and Brian Hinson and Casey Coley were fifth at 146.
Mitch Ashmore and Lawrence Alwood won the second flight at 137. Keith Jackson and Jackson Bryant were second at 141, while Craig Jackson and Tripp Bryant were third at 145.
Bill Colvin and Darrell Reid were fourth at 146, while Curtis Savoy and Curtis Savoy Jr., fired a 148.
Eddie Butler and Matt Malone won the third flight at 145.
Larry and Kyle Wagoner and Mike Cook and Coye Pace tied for second at 148. Roger Dobbs and Joe Wilson came in at 149, while Michael Mascagni and George Cupit were fifth at 151.
Winning the fourth flight were the teams Terry Bradford and Dexter Ray and Wayne Miley and Larry Reynolds at 157.
Babe Huff and Ellis Knapp fired a 158, followed by Mike Smith and Doug Wike at 159. Bobby Jones and Jim McClellan tied with Craig Edwards and Dewey Sanson at 161.
Fifth flight winners were Donny Smith and Keith Walters with a 161. Eddie Waltman and Ben Brallier were second at 165, while Charles Webb and David Jones came in a 166. Tying for fifth at 169 were the teams of Phillip Lindley and Dale Hoover and Cliff Hamilton and Randy Knapp.
Closest to the hole winners Mike Smith, Mike Pace, Dale Hoover and Donny Smith.
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