Nelms Finishes Third In Mid-Amateur

Sunday, September 29, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

DICKSON, Tenn. -- Chattanooga's Josh Nelms finished third here Saturday in the 26th Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship at the GreyStone Golf Club.

Nelms finished at 7-under 209.

Philip Lee of Nashville finished at 12-under 204 and won the champmionship. Nashville's Craig Smith finished third.

 

26th Annual Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship
Updated: 9/29/2013 8:34 AM EDT

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Fav SC Pos. Player Today Hole Total R1 R2 R3 Total
1 Lee, Philip -3 F -12 69 66 69 204
2 Smith, Craig -1 F -10 69 66 71 206
3 Nelms, Josh -1 F -7 69 69 71 209
4 Jackson, Tim Even F -6 69 69 72 210
T5 Burgan, Todd -5 F -5 74 70 67 211
T5 McElhaney, Craig -4 F -5 73 70 68 211
T5 Rand, Patrick -3 F -5 71 71 69 211
T5 Cooper, Matt Even F -5 70 69 72 211
T9 Snyder, Alex -2 F -3 72 71 70 213
T9 Golliher, Jeff Even F -3 72 69 72 213
11 Lanning, Chris -1 F -2 71 72 71 214
T12 Barnes, Brad -1 F -1 72 72 71 215
T12 Houston, Chris Even F -1 71 72 72 215
T12 Thompson, Tyler +1 F -1 73 69 73 215
15 Williams, Wes +6 F Even 69 69 78 216
T16 Smith, Scott +1 F +1 72 72 73 217
T16 Blakely, Nick +1 F +1 70 74 73 217
T16 Brown, Billy +3 F +1 74 68 75 217
T19 Jeffers, Matt -1 F +2 71 76 71 218
T19 Crockett, Dan -1 F +2 73 74 71 218
T19 Hayworth, Kyle +1 F +2 75 70 73 218
T19 Dotson, Keith +2 F +2 76 68 74 218
T19 Devlin, Kris +2 F +2 68 76 74 218
T24 Crowder, Matt Even F +3 71 76 72 219
T24 Lee, Ken +1 F +3 76 70 73 219
T24 Davis, Tory +2 F +3 74 71 74 219
T24 Rochelle, Corey +8 F +3 70 69 80 219
T28 Floyd, Cole +1 F +4 77 70 73 220
T28 Custer, Zach +3 F +4 71 74 75 220
T28 Higgins, Brian +3 F +4 74 71 75 220
T28 Gray, Toby +5 F +4 69 74 77 220
32 May, Charles +2 F +5 71 76 74 221
T33 Largent, Lawrence +3 F +6 75 72 75 222
T33 Whittemore, Madison +6 F +6 74 70 78 222
T35 Sciortino, David +4 F +7 75 72 76 223
T35 Hillenmeyer, Taylor +5 F +7 72 74 77 223
T35 Poe, Mike +7 F +7 75 69 79 223
38 Moss, Brad +6 F +8 72 74 78 224
T39 Watford, Kevin +7 F +10 72 75 79 226
T39 Reuter, Jeff +7 F +10 70 77 79 226
T41 Atkeison, Mike +8 F +11 73 74 80 227
T41 Flegel, Josh +9 F +11 75 71 81 227
43 Hibbett, Tripp +9 F +12 74 73 81 228
44 Goodrich, Warren +13 F +14 74 71 85 230
45 Green, Danny WD 68 74
Failed to Qualify
Tankersley, Mike 72 76
Bacon, Robert 74 74
Fairfield, Dane 77 71
Moffitt, Walt 74 74
Paulsen, Tom 73 75
Rice, Bob 72 76
Thomas, John 75 73
McGaha, Scott 74 75
Pontiff, Thomas 71 78
Mitchell, Matt 74 75
Roberts, Daniel 79 70
Cissom, Brandon 76 73
Smith, John 71 78
Apperson, David 74 75
Dent, Ryan 74 75
Bowlin, Donnie 75 75
Jacobs, Ryan 77 73
Bevis Jr, Michael 73 77
Brown, Winston 76 74
Guthrie, Andrew 79 71
Meadows, William 73 77
Hope, Darrin 77 73
Rosamond, Michael 77 74
Navarre, Jeff 76 75
Baird, Tom 72 79
LovVorn, Michael 76 75
Cunningham, Arnold 75 76
Gates, Rusty 79 72
Garretson, Nick 76 75
Holwerda, Jason 75 77
Freels, Mike 77 75
Schreiner, Tom 76 77
Story, Brad 79 74
Harris, Doug 79 74
Waters, Ron 74 80
Dixon, Chris 77 77
Lambert, John 75 79
Stein, Bruce 80 75
Sanders, Dan 80 75
Sinor, Scott 79 76
Clayton, Joseph 79 76
Farrar, Mike 76 80
Fellman, Ted 80 76
Galles, Craig 78 78
Dale, Aaron 79 77
Cornett, John 77 79
Mays, Rick 77 79
Johnson, Matt 81 76
Mundie, Don 78 79
Wilson, Darrin 76 81
Carr, Beau 82 76
Reigle, Steve 77 81
Fulton, Lyman 75 83
Tursky, Brad 82 76
Johnson, Brett 79 79
Salyers, David 83 76
Rodgers, Bryan 79 81
McFarland, Steve 81 79
Rogers, Nicholas 78 82
Arendsee, Keith 80 81
Henderson, Bert 83 78
Shomaker, Chris 82 80
Davis, Tanner 80 82
Patterson, Rush 79 83
Johnson, Jeff 83 80
Cooke, Josh 83 83
Sain, Hunter W 80 87
King, Jeffrey 84 85
Anderson, Matt WD 75 WD
Greeson, Jeff WD 76 WD
Crawford, Tim WD 79 WD
Cook, Brian WD 79 WD
Kelfer, Michael WD 80 WD
Adams, Adrian WD 85 WD
Clayton, Matt WD WD

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