Waggoner, Lott win CCC 4-Ball
by Andy Collier
Jun 17, 2014 | 1450 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
(From left) The team of Alan Waggoner and Cade Lott won the Cleveland Country Club 4-Ball Championship with a 128.
(From left) The team of Alan Waggoner and Cade Lott won the Cleveland Country Club 4-Ball Championship with a 128.
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With the sun in the sky and the rain out of sight, the Cleveland Country Club 4-Ball Invitational Golf Tournament went smoothly this weekend.

On Saturday and Sunday, teams gave their all to see who could finish at the top.

The team of Alan Waggoner and Cade Lott owned the course as they finished with a 16-under par, 128. The duo shot an impressive 62 on Saturday and a 66 on Sunday.

Lott and Waggoner ended up winning the tournament by three strokes as they finished ahead of Paul Gladden and Lee Gladden and Jay Hale and Sean Casey, who finished in a tie for second with a 131. Both of those teams shot a 63 on Saturday and a 68 on Sunday.

The team of Robert Oakley and Jason Carter won the first flight with a 135; the team of Phillip Ladner and Dean Ladner won the second flight with a 140; the team of Perry Whites and Richie Fulgham and the team of Ben Childers and John Pigg finished in a first place tie in the third flight with a 141; Marcus Sherron and Butch Herbison won the fourth flight with a 147; Nick Lofton and Michael Whitten won the fifth flight with a 149; David Collins and Johnny Glorioso won the sixth flight with a 150; Louis Mosley and David Lusby, Shawn Hill and David Hodges and Chris Harris and Bradley Harris finished in a three-way tie for first in the seventh flight with a 157 each; the team of A.B. Cox and Jay Coon and the team of Matt Newman and Trey Easter finished in a tie for first in the eighth flight with a 159 and the team of Judson Thigpen and Gary Gainspoletti won the ninth flight with a 162.