Roberson Wins By 5 In Metro Golf

Monday, July 15, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Caleb Roberson shot a 69 Sunday and won the Chattanooga Men's Metro by five strokes at the Lookout Mountain Golf Club.

 

Roberson finished at 2-under 208 and was the only player to finish under par.

A former golfer at Lee University, Roberson won his first title in the Chattanooga area.

Roberson and other area golfers will be participating Monday at Council Fire in the Tennessee Golf Association State Amateur qualifying.

2013 Men's Metro
Lookout Mountain Golf Club
July 12 - 14
 

Flight Order Name Round1 Round2 Round3 Total

Champ

1

Roberson, Caleb

70

69

69

208

Champ

2

Schmidt, Chris

71

71

71

213

Champ

3

Brown, Winston

73

71

70

214

Champ

4

Moffitt, Walt

71

75

70

216

Champ

5

Schreiner, Tom

74

73

71

218

Champ

6

Cissom, Brandon

77

71

72

220

Champ

7

Johnson, Steve

73

73

75

221

Champ

7

Robertson, Matt

79

73

69

221

Champ

7

Vest, Hunter

78

74

69

221

Champ

10

Lawson, Jeremy

79

72

71

222

Champ

10

Markham, Joe

70

72

80

222

Champ

12

Deck, Chase

78

75

70

223

Champ

12

Feher, Mikey

72

77

74

223

Champ

12

Weathers, Andrew

73

74

76

223

Champ

15

Smith, Patten

71

76

77

224

Champ

15

Spangler, Richard

75

75

74

224

Champ

17

Blakely, Nick

77

76

72

225

Champ

17

Smith, Scotty

72

77

76

225

Champ

19

Nix, Levi

74

78

74

226

Champ

20

Godfrey, Cody

75

79

74

228

Champ

20

Lewis, Taylor

73

80

75

228

Champ

20

Weldon, Shonn

76

76

76

228

Champ

23

Maum, Blake

78

76

75

229

Champ

24

Hadden, Matt

76

77

78

231

Champ

25

Crawford, Tim

77

77

78

232

Champ

26

Gallant, Thomas

77

77

85

239

Champ

27

Caldwell, Grant

76

78

88

242

Champ

28

Cooper, Sam

76

79

 

155

Champ

28

Rice, Bob

73

82

 

155

Champ

28

Underwood, Jay

78

77

 

155

Champ

28

Walker, David

78

77

 

155

Champ

28

Woolfall, Wayne

79

76

 

155

Champ

33

Guhne, Mark

79

77

 

156

Champ

34

Allison, Eli

75

82

 

157

Champ

34

Davis, Keith

77

80

 

157

Champ

34

Greeson, Jeff

78

79

 

157

Champ

34

Robbins, Wes

84

73

 

157

Champ

34

White III, Jimmy

82

75

 

157

Champ

39

Clossin, Patrick

73

85

 

158

Champ

39

Hayes, Ferrell

83

75

 

158

Champ

39

Potter, Jay

83

75

 

158

Champ

42

Carden, Nick

77

82

 

159

Champ

42

Vaughn, Ben

79

80

 

159

Champ

44

Baker, Sullivan

80

80

 

160

Champ

45

Arnold III, Dee

85

76

 

161

Champ

45

Craig, Mike

81

80

 

161

Champ

45

Hester, Zachary

82

79

 

161

Champ

45

Rebne, Benjamin

82

79

 

161

Champ

49

Ghormley, Brian

82

80

 

162

Champ

49

Manuel, Wil

83

79

 

162

Champ

49

Pickett, Rusty

81

81

 

162

Champ

52

Kane, Tim

87

76

 

163

Champ

52

Vazquez, Bobby

85

78

 

163

Champ

54

Weathers, Billy

80

84

 

164

Champ

55

Haren, Kyle

84

81

 

165

Champ

55

Hayes, Thomas

81

84

 

165

Champ

55

Walston, Jay

82

83

 

165

Champ

58

Beck, Brad

81

86

 

167

Champ

59

Thomas, Benjamin

85

83

 

168

Champ

60

Allen, Jeremy

89

82

 

171

Champ

60

Hartman, Harry

87

84

 

171

Champ

60

Wardeberg, Bryan

82

89

 

171

Champ

63

Silvers, Christian

86

86

 

172

Champ

63

Willerson, Jared

88

84

 

172

Champ

65

Haralson, Alex

88

85

 

173

Champ

66

Feher, Mike

85

90

 

175

Champ

67

Mansfield, Trent

87

89

 

176

Champ

68

Crowe, Chris

100

96

 

196

Senior

1

Chapin, Jim

76

73

 

149

Senior

2

Baird, Tom

75

75

 

150

Senior

3

Stein, Doug

81

70

 

151

Senior

4

Yoder, Randy

78

75

 

153

Senior

5

Williams, John

77

77

 

154

Senior

6

Jenkins, Mike

78

77

 

155

Senior

7

McKenna, David

81

79

 

160

Senior

8

Tarumianz, Lex

77

85

 

162

Senior

9

Aiken, Mike

79

85

 

164

Senior

9

Burrell, Jerry

79

85

 

164

Senior

11

Scruggs, Joe

81

85

 

166

Senior

12

Dethero, Boyd

86

81

 

167

Senior

12

Foster, George

81

86

 

167

Senior

14

Crossman, Brian

85

83

 

168

Senior

15

Carrico, Al

86

83

 

169

Senior

15

Harvey, Hathaway

83

86

 

169

Senior

17

Oehmig, King

88

82

 

170

Senior

18

Crawford, Rick

85

92

 

177

Senior

19

Lawson, David

94

88

 

182

 

 


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