Potts Earns Low Pro Honors In PGA Pro-Am

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Trevor Potts shot 73 Monday at the Lookout Mountain Golf Club and earned low-pro honors win the Chattanooga Chapter PGA Pro-Am.

Caston Reed shot 74 and Bruce Etter had a 75.

Pro Skins: Etter Nos. 2 and 15; Ty Gosnell Nos. 4 and 11; Potts No. 7; Reed No. 8; Robert Taylor No. 9.

Amateur Skins: Jim Bradley No. 6, Guy Carpenter Nos. 9 and 18; Rusty Pickett Nos. 12 and 14; Sammy Henry No. 13.

Top Teams: 66--Gosnell, Robby Marcum, Todd Driver, Tom Duham; Gosnell, Pickett, Ron Fouts, Jason Rucker; 67--Reed, Carpentr, Tom Beckner, Don Atkinson; Potts, David Debroskey, Kevin Smith, Travis Nunley.

 


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