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.