White Shoots 64 For Lead In Signal Mountain Golf

Sunday, May 19, 2013

With help from a hole-in-one, Davin White shot a 7-under 64 on Saturday and took the lead in the Signal Mountain Invitational at the Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club.

White, a junior at Georgia State, made his ace on No. 14.

He leads Riley Davenport by one shot and Cody Godfrey and first-round leader Matt Robertson by two shots.

The tournament ends Sunday.

Signal Mountain Results

 

 

Gross Scores for Championship A

1 Davin White -5 73 64 137

2 Riley Davenport -4 70 68 138

T3 Cody Godfrey -3 71 68 139

T3 Matt Robertson -3 69 70 139

5 Richard D Spangler Even 71 71 142

6 Phillip Guess +1 75 68 143

7 Gordon Hulgan +2 73 71 144

8 Spencer Honey +3 73 72 145

T9 Frank Hollowell +5 74 73 147

T9 Keoni Vidrine +5 78 69 147

T9 Michael Lovvorn +5 73 74 147

T9 Scott Stevens +5 74 73 147

T13 Ben English +6 75 73 148

T13 Caleb Roberson +6 77 71 148

T13 Mikey Feher +6 73 75 148

T16 Jeff Greeson +7 79 70 149

T16 Jeff Ingram Sherrill +7 77 72 149

T16 Ryan Maum +7 77 72 149

T16 Tom Schreiner +7 75 74 149

T20 Andy White +8 75 75 150

T20 Chris Schmidt +8 75 75 150

T20 Ryan Dent +8 75 75 150

T20 Sullivan Baker +8 78 72 150

 

 

 

 

Gross Scores for Championship (B)

T1 Bill Hardin +9 76 75 151

T1 Brandon Cissom +9 73 78 151

T1 Mitch Hufstetler +9 75 76 151

T1 Nick Helle +9 78 73 151

T5 Barry Hamilton +10 83 69 152

T5 Hunter Hensley +10 80 72 152

T5 Joseph Adam Stephens +10 78 74 152

T5 Sam Cooper +10 76 76 152

T9 Blake Maum +11 75 78 153

T9 James White +11 75 78 153

T9 Michael Jenkins +11 77 76 153

T9 Winston Brown +11 76 77 153

T13 Ben Vaughn +12 81 73 154

T13 Damon Stephenson +12 78 76 154

T13 David Weeks +12 82 72 154

T13 Mike Craig +12 73 81 154

T13 Nick Blakely +12 83 71 154

T13 Tom Baird +12 77 77 154

19 Josh Baker +13 78 77 155

T20 Jay Potter +15 82 75 157

T20 Josh Lawson +15 82 75 157

T20 Oliver Simonsen +15 81 76 157

T23 Joe Brown +16 84 74 158

T23 Lake Johnson +16 76 82 158

T23 Mike Feher +16 80 78 158

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Scores for Championship (C)

T1 Bryan Burger +17 84 75 159

T1 Jimmy Mcgarry +17 81 78 159

T1 Jordan White +17 81 78 159

T1 Luke Hamilton +17 83 76 159

T1 Paul Stagmaier +17 78 81 159

T1 Robby Hammond +17 81 78 159

T1 Tyler Reynolds +17 76 83 159

T1 Wes Gilliland +17 81 78 159

T9 Billy Forehand +18 82 78 160

T9 Ethan Bean +18 82 78 160

T9 Heath Tarver +18 81 79 160

T12 Craig Glass +19 81 80 161

T12 David Owens +19 91 70 161

T12 John Wise +19 86 75 161

15 Dee Arnold +20 88 74 162

T16 Lee Hamilton +21 79 84 163

T16 Ryan Cannington +21 77 86 163

18 Mckeehanon Rue +23 80 85 165

T19 Alex Petrochko +25 89 78 167

T19 Dave Partack +25 87 80 167

T19 Wil Manuel +25 89 78 167

T22 Chad Payne +26 84 84 168

T22 Penn Mattison +26 90 78 168

 

 

 

Gross Scores for Flight 1

T1 Brad Beck +14 81 75 156

T1 Shane Vandeventer +14 82 74 156

T1 Zac Bombassi +14 77 79 156

4 Mike Mauney +15 76 81 157

5 Bryan Wardeberg +16 76 82 158

T6 Billy Johnson +17 77 82 159

T6 Steve Walker +17 80 79 159

T6 Tony West Jr. +17 83 76 159

9 David Lambeck +18 83 77 160

10 Andy Tucker +20 86 76 162

11 Will Maley +22 79 85 164

T12 Jacob Kirk Bailey +25 85 82 167

T12 Michael Bridges +25 85 82 167

T12 Oscar Scruggs +25 83 84 167

T12 Wayne Blake +25 82 85 167

16 Charlie Haney +42 98 86 184

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Scores for Flight 2

1 Chris Baker +11 76 77 153

2 Mike A Granato +21 80 83 163

T3 Jay Cooper +24 82 84 166

T3 Randy Berry +24 84 82 166

T3 Steve Wright +24 85 81 166

6 Ron Johnson +25 81 86 167

T7 Adam Hughes +26 89 79 168

T7 Jeff Caplenor +26 84 84 168

9 David Camadine +27 90 79 169

T10 Woody Hamilton +28 88 82 170

T10 Zach Correll +28 83 87 170

12 Jimmy Billings +29 86 85 171

13 Mark Cowart +32 92 82 174

14 Scott Baker +34 87 89 176

15 Josh Chapman +35 90 87 177

16 Trey Conway +36 89 89 178

17 David Cates +39 89 92 181

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Scores for Stableford Flight.

1 Eric Paul Spear -132 5 5 10

2 John White -119 6 17 23

3 Tom Myers -116 14 12 26

4 Doug Stephens -113 16 13 29

5 Reed Harman -109 16 17 33

T6 Eddie Smith -108 18 16 34

T6 Jody Bruns -108 14 20 34

8 Alan Cates -107 19 16 35

T9 Mike Gosnell -106 17 19 36

T9 Rick Prichard -106 16 20 36

11 Michael Buchanan -105 15 22 37

12 Ken Stansell -98 24 20 44

T13 David Oneal -96 28 18 46

T13 Shawn Reynolds -96 27 19 46

T15 Mike Helle -89 26 27 53

T15 Shane Roberson -89 26 27 53

17 Jay Mullin -88 29 25 54

 

 

Signal Mountain Invitational

 

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