Juster, Gosnell Share Low-Pro Honors

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Gregg Juster and Ty Gosnell shot 72 on Monday and shared low-professional honors during the Chattanooga Chapter PGA Pro-Am at the Black Creek Club.

Monday's Results:

Pro Skins: Gibby Gilbert No. 5; Juster Nos. 8, and 9; Trey Stansell Nos. 14 and 16; Gosnell No. 15.

Amateur Skins: Matt Lowery No. 2; Shane Vandeventer No. 6 (eagle).

Top Teams: 62--Stansell, Jimmy McGarry, Chris Romilo, Tom Saxen; 64--Lamar Mills, Guy Carpenter, David Broyles, Gary Allen; Stansell, Lowery, Bob Trimm, Dan Johnson; Gilbert, Jeff Howard, Brad Hall, Gary Bryant.


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