Gosnell Takes Low-Pro Honors In PGA Pro-Am

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 - by sp;ecial report to chattanoogan.com

Ty Gosnell shot 72 on Monday and took low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at the Canyon Ridge Golf Club.

Monday's Results:

Low Professional: 1st: (72) Ty Gosnell

2nd: (74) Trey Stansell

Professional Skins: #2, #5, & #9 Ty Gosnell, #6, #8, & #17 Trey Stansell

Amateur Skins: #2 Guy Carpenter, #3 Chris Hollingsworth, #7 Tony Workman

#9 Robert McCutcheon, #11 Larry Hopkins, & #12 Jeff Poe

Team Results:

1st: (63) Trey Stansell, Rick Bowen, Rick Mears, John Holder

T2nd: (64) Ty Gosnell, Guy Carpenter, Steve Grubb, John Massey

T2nd: (64) Ty Gosnell, Jeff Poe, Shane Vandeventer, Don Atkinson

T2nd: (64) Ty Gosnell, Frank Hollowell, David Womack, Lynn Mynatt

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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