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Anderson, Bush win International Four-Ball
Chip Lutz
Chip Lutz

PALM CITY, Fla. (Feb. 17, 2013) -- Steve Anderson and Brent Bush completed a terrific run at the 57th Annual International Four-Ball, taking the top spot by five shots.

At the Fox Club, Anderson and Bush shot a 72 in the final round but opened up a sizeable advantage with an opening-round 64 followed up by an impressive 61 in Round 2.

Defending champions Jon Veneziano and Ryan Abbate finished in a tie for second place at 11-under par. They were locked with Danel Russo and Brian Kennedy.

Four-time U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Nathan Smith and partner Frank Fairman were tied for eighth at 5-under.

In the Senior Division, Chip Lutz and Chris Lange fired a final-round 67 to knock off Alan Fadel and Doug Lacrosse, the second-round leaders.

ABOUT THE International Four-Ball

Started in 1957, the International Four-Ball is one of the most prestigious amateur events in the country. The Championship includes Mid-Amateur (ages 25-54), Senior (ages 55-64) and Legends (ages 65 and up) Divisions. All divisions compete in a Four- Ball Stroke Play format which is contested over 3 days and 54 holes. This prestigious event has a rich history, with past champions such as Jack Nicklaus, Deane Beman, Dick Siderowf, Vinnie Giles, Jim Holtgrieve and Downing Gray.

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