Baird Wins Twice In Challenge Cup

Sunday, October 14, 2012 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

NASHVILLE -- Signal Mountain's Tom Baird was part of two wins for the amateurs here Saturday in the Tennessee Challenge Cup at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.

The Ryder-Cup style event ends Sunday with singles matches.

45th Annual Tennessee Challenge Cup Matches
Updated: 10/14/2012 8:19 AM CDT

Amateurs
12
Professionals
4
Singles
SC Match Hole
ghintpp.com/tga/TPPOnlineScoring/images/expand.gif" width="9" height="9" itemid="1468"> 1 Crockett, Dan Etter, Bruce 8:00 am
2 Golliher, Jeff Brannon, Paul 8:08 am
3 Golliher, Steve Robinson, Gary 8:16 am
4 Largent, Lawrence Burdette, Keith 8:24 am
5 Poe, Mike Kammann, Tom 8:32 am
6 Brown, Jim Cox, Bob 8:40 am
7 Watford, Kevin Moran, Scott 8:48 am
8 Fairfield, Dane Wood, Brian 8:56 am
9 Clark, Bob Bray, Bobby 9:04 am
10 Cooper, Matt Wyatt, Greg 9:12 am
11 Robertson, Matt Brock, Matthew 9:20 am
12 Waters, Ron Spraker, Rich 9:28 am
13 Schmidt, Chris Masters, Scott 9:36 am
14 Baird, Tom Oliver, Jack 9:44 am
15 Reasor, Craig Simonsen, Henrik 9:52 am
16 Burgan, Todd Stacy, Chris 10:00 am
Foursomes
SC Match Hole
1 Schmidt/Reasor Wood/Wyatt F
2 Fairfield/Largent 6 and 5 Burdette/Brannon F
3 Cooper/Robertson 5 and 3 Masters/Moran F
4 Crockett/Watford 2 up Stacy/Brock F
5 Gollilher/Burgan 1 up Simonsen/Etter F
6 Brown/Poe 2 up Oliver/Cox F
7 Golliher/Waters 4 and 3 Bray/Robinson F
8 Clark/Baird 6 and 5 Spraker/Kammann F
Four-Ball
SC Match Hole
1 Fairfield/Largent 4 and 3 Wyatt/Burdette F
2 Schmidt/Reasor Brannon/Stacy F
3 Cooper/Robertson 1 up Wood/Brock F
4 Golliher/Burgan 3 and 2 Masters/Moran F
5 Crockett/Watford 4 and 3 Simonsen/Etter F
6 Clark/Baird 3 and 2 Oliver/Kammann F
7 Waters/Brown 1 up Bray/Spraker F
8 Golliher/Poe 4 and 3 Cox/Robinson F

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