Potts, Gilliland Share Pro-Am Honors

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Hunt Gilliland and Trevor Potts each shot 73 Monday and shared the low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at the Council Fire Golf Club.

October 7, 2013 Results

Low Professional: T1st: (73) Trevor Potts & Hunt Gilliland

3rd: (76) Mitch Brock

T4th: (78) Tad Holley & Cody King

Professional Skins: #1 Cody King, #4 & #7 Hunt Gilliland, #9 Mitch Brock

#10 Bruce Etter, & #13 Trevor Potts

Amateur Skins: #4 & #10 Jeff Poe, #6 Wes Gilliland, #15 Dave Wheeler,

& #18 Ryan Thornton

Team Results:

T1st: (66) Hunt Gilliland, Duke Dang, Tom Mascaro, Bill Brooks

T1st: (66) Cody King, Wes Gilliland, Michael Hall, Travis Nunnley

T1st: (66) Hunt Gilliland, Richard Keene, Mike Glover, Ed Combs

4th: (67) Trevor Potts, Rusty Pickett, Jess Lee, Mike Johnson



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