Looney/Copenhaver Win Another Four-Ball Tournament Title

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After losing the lead by a stroke after the second day, the team of Thomas Looney and Robson Copenhaver regained control and win the Schaeffer Eye Center Four-Ball Tournament for the second-straight year.

The Scottsboro natives went through Canebrake Country Club with a 61, good for 25-under par for the tournament and a four stroke victory.

Tied for second were Stewart Whitt and Paul Vandiver & Blake Mozley and Clint Compton.  They each finished at 21-under par.

In fourth-place were the leaders after the second round, Michael Zierdt and Garrett Moores.  They finished at 20-under par.

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