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The Tour Report

July 22 2012

5:50 PM

Stallings wins the True South Classic

Scott Stallings is now a two-time PGA TOUR winner shooting a Sunday afternoon 68 to close out a two-shot victory at the True South Classic. Stallings, who slept on a four-shot advantage last night and had a one-shot advantage after 54 holes, never relinquished his lead in Round 4. After making his first bogey since Round 1 on the 14th hole, allowing Jason Bohn to close within one shot, Stallings birdied holes 16 and 17 before parring the 18th to secure his victory. Stallings' victory and its accompanying 250 FedExCup points may be enough to put the 27-year-old into the FedExCup Playoffs for the second consecutive year. He projects to move from No. 163 in the standings to well inside the top 125. Bohn carded a 5-under 67 for the fourth runner-up finish of his career. Billy Horschel check in at 20 under for a third-place finish (the best of his career) while Bud Cauley finished another shot back in fourth.