Alread Earns PGA Pro-Am Honors

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Michael Alread shot 70 on Monday and earned low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA

at the Windstone Golf Club.

 

Monday's Results

 

Low Professional: 1st: (70) Michael Alread

2nd: (76) David Owens

Professional Skins: #3 & #10 Gregg Juster, #4 & #13 Michael Alread

#5 & #12 David Owens, & #17 Ty Gosnell (eagle)

Amateur Skins: #2 Charles Tinker (eagle), #4 Jess Lee (eagle), #5 Joey Wheeler

#6 & #8 Bill McDonald, & #14 Dakota Price (eagle)

Team Results:

T1st: (61) Michael Alread, Robby Hammond, Charles Tinker, Greg Porter

T1st: (61) Michael Alread, Guy Carpenter, Jess Lee, Danny Ledford

3rd: (62) David Owens, Dakota Price, Jeff D Poe, Bob Pinkerton


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