Gilliland Earns Low-Pro Honors

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

 

Hunt Gilliland shot 70 on Monday and took low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at the Creeks Bend Golf Club.

Monday's Results:

Low Professional: 1st: (70) Hunt Gilliland

                              2nd: (72) Tad Holley

 

Professional Skins: #2 Tad Holley, #3 & #6 Gregg Juster, #7, #10, & #14 Hunt Gilliland, & #13 & #16 Robert Taylor

 

Amateur Skins: #5 & #17 Wayne Woolfall & #14 Rusty Pickett

 

Team Results: 1st: (63) Gregg Juster, Jeff Poe, Phil Metcalf, Richard Spangler

                        T2nd: (65) Tad Holley, Herman Weaver, Todd Driver, Mark Jones

                        T2nd: (65) Tad Holley, Josh Baker, Steve Grubb, Scott Porter

 

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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