Rebne, Helle, Stansell, Wyatt Tie For Pro-Am Honors

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Richard Rebne, Paul Helle, Trey Stansell and Greg Wyatt each shot 74 Monday and shared low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club.

Monday's Results:

Low Professional : T1st: (74) Richard Rebne, Paul Helle, Trey Stansell, & Gregg Wyatt

Professional Skins: #2 David Owens, #6 Ty Gosnell, #9 Madison Moore,

#13 Mitch Brock, & #17 Hunt Gilliland

Amateur Skins: #2 (eagle) Wayne Woolfall, #3 David Watts, #5 Mitch Hufstetler,

#12 Robert McCutcheon, #18 Dave Moser

Team Results:

T1st: (65) Mitch Brock, Wayne Woolfall, Mike Butler, Stanley McKenzie

T1st: (65) Barry Bishop, David Watts, Tom Saxen, Jerry Bidwell

T3rd: (66) Bruce Etter, Jeff Poe, David Broyles, Lupe Rodriguez

T3rd: (66) Hunt Gilliland, Chris Schmidt, Robert McCutcheon, Bill Brooks

T3rd: (66) Greg Wyatt, Mitch Hufstetler, Bill Leatherwood, Richard Spangler


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