Helton Wins State Senior Open

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. -- Murfreesboro's Randy Helton shot 140 and won the Tennessee State Senior Open on Tuesday at Stonehenge. 

Helton edged Mt. Juliet's Audie Johnson by one shot.

Richard Rebne from Ringgold finished in a tie for eighth.

In the Super Senior Division (ages 65+), Ron Kilgore of Knoxville recorded a two-day low score of 149 to claim the title.

SENIOR OPEN RESULTS

1 bluegolf.com/bluegolf/tnpga14/event/tnpga146/contest/7/contestant/3808/scorecard.htm">Randy HeltonR. Helton
  Murfreesboro, TN
+2 F -4 66 74 140
2 Audie JohnsonA. Johnson
  Mount Juliet, TN
+2 F -3 67 74 141
T3 Bill BreenB. Breen
  Nashville, TN
+1 F E 71 73 144
T3 Buzz Fly (a)B. Fly
  Memphis, TN
+3 F E 69 75 144
T3 Danny BriggsD. Briggs
  Franklin, TN
+2 F E 70 74 144
6 Steve MunsonS. Munson
  Greeneville, TN
+2 F +1 71 74 145
7 Doug Harris (a)D. Harris
  Franklin, TN
+3 F +3 72 75 147
T8 Danny Green (a)D. Green
  Jackson, TN
E F +4 76 72 148
T8 Harry TaylorH. Taylor
  Old Hickory, TN
E F +4 76 72 148
T8 Bob WolcottB. Wolcott
  Tunica Resorts, MS
+1 F +4 75 73 148
T8 Richard RebneR. Rebne
  Ringgold, GA
+4 F +4 72 76 148
T8 Fred Mccord (a)F. Mccord
  Collierville, TN
+4 F +4 72 76 148
T13 Jeff Golliher (a)J. Golliher
  Knoxville, TN
+1 F +5 76 73 149
T13 Mark HouserM. Houser
  Kingsport, TN
+2 F +5 75 74 149
T13 John Thomas (a)J. Thomas
  Knoxville, TN
+4 F +5 73 76 149
T16 Tony Green (a)T. Green
  Kingsport, TN
+5 F +6 73 77 150
T16 Steve Golliher (a)S. Golliher
  Knoxville, TN
+7 F +6 71 79 150
T18 Walt ChapmanW. Chapman
  Knoxville, TN
+2 F +7 77 74 151
T18 Bobby BrayB. Bray
  Morristown, TN
+5 F +7 74 77 151
T18 Mike Poe (a)M. Poe
  Athens, TN
+5 F +7 74 77 151
T21 Paul Korth (a)P. Korth
  Cookeville, TN
+4 F +8 76 76 152
T21 Greg Guinn (a)G. Guinn
  Clarksville, TN
+6 F +8 74 78 152
T21 Jeff Allen (a)J. Allen
  Fairview, TN
+6 F +8 74 78 152
T24 Craig LeeC. Lee
  Charleston, TN
+4 F +9 77 76 153
T24 Mike Freels (a)M. Freels
  Chuckey, TN
+7 F +9 74 79 153
T26 Buddy HarstonB. Harston
  Kingston Springs, TN
+5 F +10 77 77 154
T26 Bryan Rodgers (a)B. Rodgers
  Knoxville, TN
+6 F +10 76 78 154
T28 Bill HickeyB. Hickey
  Knoxville, TN
+5 F +11 78 77 155
T28 Scott Smith (a)S. Smith
  Knoxville, TN
+8 F +11 75 80 155
T28 Eddie Hayes (a)E. Hayes
  Hendersonville, TN
+7 F +11 76 79 155
T28 Rob LongR. Long
  Clarksville, TN
+9 F +11 74 81 155
T28 Tom Provow (a)T. Provow
  Murfreesboro, TN
+10 F +11 73 82 155
T33 Randy Yoder (a)R. Yoder
  Chattanooga, TN
+5 F +12 79 77 156
T33 James PaschalJ. Paschal
  Hendersonville, TN
+5 F +12 79 77 156
T33 Gary Simpson (a)G. Simpson
  Memphis, TN
+6 F +12 78 78 156
T33 Jimbo HicksJ. Hicks
  Madison, TN
+6 F +12 78 78 156
T33 Bob Rice (a)B. Rice
  Riceville, TN
+6 F +12 78 78 156
T33 Eddie Wyatt (a)E. Wyatt
  Crossville, TN
+4 F +12 80 76 156
T39 Lenny Sisselman (a)L. Sisselman
  Nashville, TN
+6 F +13 79 78 157
T39 Steve Williams (a)S. Williams
  Kingston springs, TN
+6 F +13 79 78 157
T39 Frank Dial (a)F. Dial
  Fairview, TN
+8 F +13 77 80 157
T39 Eddie Bailey (a)E. Bailey
  Chuckey, TN
+11 F +13 74 83 157
43 Barry Klinikowski (a)B. Klinikowski
  Nashville, TN
+5 F +14 81 77 158
T44 William Lane (a)W. Lane
  Dickson, TN
+7 F +15 80 79 159
T44 Thomas Baird (a)T. Baird
  Signal Mountain, TN
+7 F +15 80 79 159
T44 Donnie Bowlin (a)D. Bowlin
  Franklin, TN
+14 F +15 73 86 159
T47 Tom ForkumT. Forkum
  Gainesboro, TN
+11 F +16 77 83 160
T47 Ron Waters (a)R. Waters
  Alcoa, TN
+11 F +16 77 83 160
T47 Blake Watt (a)B. Watt
  Brentwood, TN
+6 F +16 82 78 160
T50 Hank PattonH. Patton
  Mc Minnville, TN
+11 F +17 78 83 161
T50 Steve BolinS. Bolin
  Franklin, TN
+8 F +17 81 80 161
T50 Tom Schreiner (a)T. Schreiner
  Chattanooga, TN
+17 F +17 72 89 161
T53 Boyd Wyatt (a)B. Wyatt
  Knoxville, TN
+9 F +18 81 81 162
T53 Eric Emery (a)E. Emery
  Franklin, TN
+7 F +18 83 79 162
T53 Bob Clark (a)B. Clark
  Cordova, TN
+7 F +18 83 79 162
T56 Tim Herd (a)T. Herd
  Lebanon, TN
+15 F +19 76 87 163
T56 Rick Hudson (a)R. Hudson
  Franklin, TN
+8 F +19 83 80 163
T58 Mitch HarmonM. Harmon
  White Pine, TN
+13 F +20 79 85 164
T58 George NewbeckG. Newbeck
  Maryville, TN
+12 F +20 80 84 164
T58 John Hoover (a)J. Hoover
  Mount Juliet, TN
+11 F +20 81 83 164
T58 Ken CrowderK. Crowder
  Big Stone Gap, VA
+11 F +20 81 83 164
T58 Gary Mulvaney (a)G. Mulvaney
  Cordova, TN
+10 F +20 82 82 164
T58 Harry Hill (a)H. Hill
  Chattanooga, TN
+5 F +20 87 77 164
T64 Mark WhiteheadM. Whitehead
  Maryville, TN
+10 F +21 83 82 165
T64 Jim Webb (a)J. Webb
  Brentwood, TN
+9 F +21 84 81 165
T66 Tim Crawford (a)T. Crawford
  Chattanooga, TN
+13 F +22 81 85 166
T66 Jack OliverJ. Oliver
  Franklin, TN
+12 F +22 82 84 166
T66 Lyman Fulton (a)L. Fulton
  Johnson City, TN
+12 F +22 82 84 166
T66 Dave Weigand (a)D. Weigand
  Nashville, TN
+9 F +22 85 81 166
70 William Meadows (a)W. Meadows
  Burns, TN
+14 F +24 82 86 168
T71 Joe Bednarz (a)J. Bednarz
  Hendersonville, TN
+19 F +26 79 91 170
T71 Bob CoxB. Cox
  Knoxville, TN
+18 F +26 80 90 170
T71 Daryl EdensD. Edens
  Mount Juliet, TN
+16 F +26 82 88 170
T71 Ronnie Rochelle (a)R. Rochelle
  Knoxville, TN
+15 F +26 83 87 170
75 Freddie Vanderveer (a)F. Vanderveer
  Gallatin, TN
+11 F +27 88 83 171
76 Gerald Burrell (a)G. Burrell
  Charleston, TN
+16 F +28 84 88 172
T77 Thomas FullerT. Fuller
  Rockwood, TN
+16 F +29 85 88 173
T77 Jerre Maynor (a)J. Maynor
  Nashville, TN
+15 F +29 86 87 173
T77 David Moss (a)D. Moss
  Signal Mountain, TN
+12 F +29 89 84 173
T80 David Walker (a)D. Walker
  Lookout Mtn, TN
+15 F +30 87 87 174
T80 Tom BeaverT. Beaver
  Maryville, TN
+13 F +30 89 85 174
82 Mike Kellam (a)M. Kellam
  Brentwood, TN
+13 F +31 90 85 175
83 Brad SniderB. Snider
  Smyrna, TN
+16 F +32 88 88 176
84 Rockwell Jiroch (a)R. Jiroch
  Franklin, TN
+15 F +33 90 87 177
85 Tommy Bradley (a)T. Bradley
  Antioch, TN
+17 F +34 89 89 178
86 George Foster (a)G. Foster
  Chattanooga, TN
+21 F +41 92 93 185
87 Larry Kain (a)L. Kain
  Brentwood, TN
+21 F +44 95 93 188
DID NOT FINISH
WD Hunt GillilandH. Gilliland
  Chattanooga, TN
    +5      
WD James Carroll (a)J. Carroll
  Knoxville, TN
    +7      
WD Pat Nanney Jr.P. Nanney Jr.
  Memphis, TN
    +11      
WD Richard Smith (a)R. Smith
  Knoxville, TN
    +12      
WD Scott Patton (a)S. Patton
  Signal Mountain, TN
    +15      
WD Jerry Drewry (a)J. Drewry
  White House, TN
    +26      
WD Mike Fuller (a)M. Fuller
  Rockwood, TN
           
WD Mark BrownM. Brown
  Knoxville, TN
           
WD George HallG. Hall
  Knoxville, TN
           
WD John BridgemanJ. Bridgeman
  Brentwood, TN
           
WD Mike Nixon (a)M. Nixon
  Nashville, TN
           
NC Michael Smith (a)M. Smith
  Knoxville, TN
    +14      

SUPER SENIOR RESULTS

1 Ron Kilgore (a)R. Kilgore
  Knoxville, TN
+3 F +5 74 75 149
2 Gary Pierce (a)G. Pierce
  Franklin, TN
+4 F +9 77 76 153
3 Jess Voorhies (a)J. Voorhies
  Winchester, TN
+7 F +13 78 79 157
T4 Jim Brown (a)J. Brown
  Loudon, TN
+7 F +14 79 79 158
T4 Jack Ramsey (a)J. Ramsey
  Germantown, TN
+9 F +14 77 81 158
T6 Stephen Kehrer (a)S. Kehrer
  Crossville, TN
+9 F +15 78 81 159
T6 John Partain (a)J. Partain
  Crossville, TN
+12 F +15 75 84 159
8 Wayne Crook (a)W. Crook
  Lebanon, TN
+7 F +16 81 79 160
9 Tony Cox (a)T. Cox
  Crossville, TN
+11 F +20 81 83 164
T10 Ben Long (a)B. Long
  Maryville, TN
+11 F +26 87 83 170
T10 Richard Kammann (a)R. Kammann
  Baneberry, TN
+13 F +26 85 85 170
12 Carl Freeman (a)C. Freeman
  Portland, TN
+10 F +27 89 82 171
13 Richard Ashbrook (a)R. Ashbrook
  Woodlawn, TN
+14 F +30 88 86 174
DID NOT FINISH
WD John Brewer (a)J. Brewer
  Brentwood, TN
           
WD Don Midgett (a)D. Midgett
  Tullahoma, TN
           
WD Dan Schorsten (a)D. Schorsten
  Hendersonville, TN
         



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