Hall Edges Nelms For Brainerd Invitational Title

Monday, August 19, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Chris Hall shot 66 on Sunday and edged Josh Nelms for the Brainerd Invitational championship at the Brainerd Golf Course.

Hall finished at 135, one shot ahead of first-round leader Nelms.

Hall won the Brainerd crown for the third time by making birdie on No. 17 and an eagle on No. 18 Sunday.

Mike Jenkins won the Senior Division.

 

2013 Brainerd Invitational
Brainerd Golf Course
August 17 - 18
 

Flight Order Name Round1 Round2 Round3 Total

CHAMP

1

Hall, Chris

69

66

 

135

CHAMP

2

Nelms, Josh

66

70

 

136

CHAMP

3

Vest, Hunter

69

68

 

137

CHAMP

4

Cissom, Brandon

70

68

 

138

CHAMP

4

Woolfall, Wayne

68

70

 

138

CHAMP

6

White III, Jimmy

68

71

 

139

CHAMP

7

Palmer, Brad

70

71

 

141

CHAMP

7

Schreiner, Tom

68

73

 

141

CHAMP

7

Spitalny, Neil

68

73

 

141

CHAMP

10

Clark, Jacob

69

73

 

142

CHAMP

10

Markham, Joe

69

73

 

142

CHAMP

10

Robertson, Matt

69

73

 

142

CHAMP

13

Godfrey, Cody

73

70

 

143

CHAMP

13

Potter, Jay

71

72

 

143

CHAMP

15

Keene, Richard

72

72

 

144

CHAMP

15

Lawson, Jeremy

73

71

 

144

CHAMP

15

Lewis, Taylor

72

72

 

144

CHAMP

15

Roberson, Caleb

71

73

 

144

CHAMP

19

Allmond, Sport

70

75

 

145

CHAMP

19

Patton, Scott

71

74

 

145

CHAMP

21

Hufstetler, Mtich

72

74

 

146

CHAMP

21

Johnson, Lake

70

76

 

146

CHAMP

21

Moffitt, Walt

72

74

 

146

CHAMP

21

Pickett, Rusty

74

72

 

146

CHAMP

21

Srite, Jim

72

74

 

146

CHAMP

26

Guess, Philip

74

73

 

147

CHAMP

26

Hadden, Matt

70

77

 

147

CHAMP

26

Underwood, Jay

74

73

 

147

CHAMP

29

Baker, Josh

72

77

 

149

CHAMP

29

Mabry, Coy

71

78

 

149

CHAMP

29

Pierce, John

73

76

 

149

CHAMP

32

Beck, Brad

73

77

 

150

CHAMP

32

Crawford, Tim

73

77

 

150

CHAMP

32

Johnson, Chris

74

76

 

150

CHAMP

35

Craig, Mike

73

78

 

151

CHAMP

36

Burke, David

74

78

 

152

CHAMP

37

Schreiner, Chris

73

86

 

159

1

1

Spangler, Richard

75

68

 

143

1

2

Cole, Chase

76

69

 

145

1

3

Hulton, Ryan

77

70

 

147

1

4

Crowder, Matt

77

71

 

148

1

4

Pierce, Jimmy

75

73

 

148

1

6

Spitalny, Philip

80

70

 

150

1

7

Hamilton, Lee

76

75

 

151

1

7

Haren, Kyle

75

76

 

151

1

7

Kimbrough, Ramsey

76

75

 

151

1

10

Cannington, Ryan

78

74

 

152

1

10

Mathis, Matt

76

76

 

152

1

12

Bobmassi, Zac

77

76

 

153

1

12

Cox, Jeff

76

77

 

153

1

14

Allison, Eli

80

74

 

154

1

15

Hamilton, Luke

75

80

 

155

1

16

Lansigan, Gene

83

74

 

157

1

17

Allen, Jeremy

78

80

 

158

1

17

Cooper, Matt

80

78

 

158

1

17

Ghormley, Brian

81

77

 

158

1

17

Gill, Dustin

82

76

 

158

1

17

Vandeventer, Shane

77

81

 

158

1

17

West, Tony

79

79

 

158

1

23

Caldwell, Grant

77

82

 

159

1

23

Willerson, Jared

81

78

 

159

1

25

Arnold III, Dee

75

85

 

160

1

26

Chandler, Clayton

79

82

 

161

1

26

Hayes, Thomas

77

84

 

161

1

28

Cowart, Mark

80

82

 

162

1

28

Hammer, Charles

75

87

 

162

1

30

Mansfiield, Trent

79

89

 

168

1

31

Headrick, Mickey

83

88

 

171

1

32

White, John

100

83

 

183

Senior

1

Jenkins, Mike

67

74

 

141

Senior

2

Baird, Tom

71

71

 

142

Senior

3

Yoder, Randy

72

71

 

143

Senior

4

Brett, Jim

72

74

 

146

Senior

4

Gilliland, Wes

74

72

 

146

Senior

4

Law, Ronnie

71

75

 

146

Senior

7

Burrell, Jerry

74

74

 

148

Senior

8

Lambert, John

76

80

 

156

Senior

9

Killen, Tony

83

88

 

171

Stableford

12

Terrell, Sonny

11

6

 

17

Stableford

11

Murphy, Tom

22

17

 

39

Stableford

10

Johnson, Alan

21

25

 

46

Stableford

8

Bales, Danny

25

23

 

48

Stableford

8

Lee, Kenny

24

24

 

48

Stableford

7

Sachse, Bill

28

21

 

49

Stableford

6

Siniard, Ron

34

21

 

55

Stableford

5

Griffith, Jason

30

27

 

57

Stableford

4

Mixson, Mike

28

30

 

58

Stableford

2

Granato, Mike

32

29

 

61

Stableford

2

Haskew, Gary

28

33

 

61

Stableford

1

Limburg, Corey

34

30

 

64



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