Indiana Four-Ball: Aldrich and Widner win title
Donnie Aldrich and Brett Widner after Indiana Four-Ball win <br>(IGA Photo)</br>
Donnie Aldrich and Brett Widner after Indiana Four-Ball win
(IGA Photo)

FRANKLIN, IN (August 6, 2016) -- Donnie Aldrich and Brett Widner maintained their two-stroke lead and won their second Indiana Four-Ball title in three years with a 36-hole score of 15-under.

Playing at the Legends Golf Club, Aldrich and Widner opened with an 11-under 61. The duo birdied 12 holes and bogeyed one during the round. On the back nine the pairing birdied seven of the nine holes while bogeying one to close in 6-under 30.

During their second round Aldrich and Widner put together a second round bogey-free 4-under 68. After only one birdie on the front nine they birdied three holes on the back nine, including late birds on Nos. 15 and 17.

Patrick Mudd and Matthew Meneghetti finished in second place at 13-under while Gordie Rees and Skip Runnels were third at 12-under.

ABOUT THE Indiana Four-Ball

36-hole four-ball stroke play championship. Entrants must currently be affiliated with an IGA- PGA member club and possess a current IGA-PGA GHIN approved handicap index.

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