The foursome had a net score of 61 to barely edge the second-place team of Kevin Burke, Bill Nigey, Tom Zuber and Sandro Leite, which finished with a 62.
In the tourney format, each player on a team plays his own ball on the first hole and the team then decides which ball of the four to count as its score for that hole. The player whose score is counted cannot be counted for the next three holes.
Thus, on the ensuing hole, only three scores are eligible for scoring. The format then repeats, leaving two eligible scores on the next hole and one eligible score (the Lone Wolf) on the hole after that.
This four-hole pattern is repeated throughout the 18 holes.
Bob Ingram, Brian Ingram, Tony Pisano and Jay Doran were third with a score of 64, and John Foulds, Don Williams, Frazier Caner and Rusty Cazalet finished fourth with a 65.