Pairings Announced For 2013 Chattanooga TPC

Tuesday, October 01, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan

The pairings have been announced for the 2013 Chattanooga TPC, which will be held Thursday through Sunday at the Council Fire Golf Club.

 

 

 

2013 Chattanooga TPC

Thursday, October 3

Council Fire Golf Club

1:06

Mike Jenkins (S)

Frank Hollowell (S)

Wes Gilliland (S)

1:15

Jim Chapin (S)

Tom Baird (S)

Randy Yoder (S)

1:24

Richard Keene (S)

Pat Corey (S)

Neil Spitalny (S)

1:33

Rusty Pickett

Wayne Woolfall

Josh Baker

1:42

Matt Crowder

Bob Rice

Rick Mays

1:51

Nick Blakely

Benjamin Thomas

David Watts

2:00

Walt Moffitt

Matt Hadden

Jimmy White III

2:09

Jay Potter

Caleb Roberson

Winston Brown

2:18

Brendon Wilson

Mitch Hufstetler

Taylor Lewis

2:27

Todd Moreland

Tim Crawford

Cody Godfrey

2:36

Matt Robertson

Brandon Cissom

Joe Markham, Jr

Regular Division - 24 players for 16 spots

Senior Division - 9 players for 4 spots

Tee times for Friday will be 1:30 - 2:10 (five foursomes)

Tee times for Saturday will be 2:30 - 3:10 (five twosomes)

Tee times for Sunday will be 8:15 am (two twosomes)


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