Wyatt Takes Low-Pro Honors In PGA Pro Am

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Greg Wyatt shot 69 on Monday and earned low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at Council Fire.

Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA

Pro-Am Results

Council Fire G. C.

March 24, 2014

Low Professional : 1st: (69) Gregg Wyatt

2nd: (71) Mitch Brock

T3rd: (72) Richard Rebne & Keith Burdette

Professional Skins: #1 Mitch Brock, #3 Keith Burdette, #8 & #14 Gregg Wyatt

#12 Cody King, & #15 Kyle Mimbs

Amateur Skins: #3 Wayne Woolfall, #9 (eagle) Tom Baird, #11 (eagle) Brent Henley

#12 Joe Collins, #13 (eagle) Jamie Stinson, & #14 Jeff Poe

Team Results:

1st: (61) Mitch Brock, Wayne Woolfall, Joe Collins, Lynn Mynnat

2nd: (62) Gregg Wyatt, Brent Henley, Jim Brown, Bill Brooks

3rd: (64) Gregg Wyatt, Thomas Hagler, Scott Van Winkle, Tim Massey

4th: (66) Gregg Wyatt, Dakota Price, Paul Guinn, Matthew Steedman

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