In the four-man select shot event, The 52 was five strokes better than a 15-under 57 posted by the second-place team of Caleb Roberson, Jeff Salyer, Roland Kirby and Kay McDaniel. Third place was claimed by Greg Rush, C.Y. Harris, Richard Spangler and Vince Stone. The foursome also tallied a 57, but lost in a scorecard playoff.
In the B Flight, Don Jones, Neal Coffey, Walker Howard and A.J. Javadi teamed to capture first place with a 62. Tommy Brown, Frank Davis, Phillips Carnes and Paul Cretton finished one stroke behind at 63, while Jim Cushman, Don Walker and DeWayne Green came in at 66 and grabbed third place.
Longest drive and closest-to-the-pin honors at 14 went to Crowder. Watts was closest-to-the-pin at 8 and Rush won the top prize on No. 2.
Athletic director Larry Carpenter and tournament director John Maupin noted that the annual event, which was delayed by tornado damage this past May, will be returned to a May date next spring.