McGowan Wins Signal Mountain Invitational

Monday, May 19, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Michael McGowan shot 64 Sunday and won the Signal Mountain Invitational at the Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club.

McGowan finished at 207, one shot ahead of Richard Spangler, who led the first two rounds.

Steve Johnson was third at 209 and Brandom Cissom was fourth at 212.

Championship A

 

1 Michael Mcgowan 71-72-64--207

2 Richard D Spangler 69-69-70--208

3 Steve Johnson 71-69-69--209

4 Brandon Cissom 70-74-68--212

5 Brooks Thomas 76-70-68--214

T6 Scott Stevens 77-69-71--217

Taylor McCullum 74-73-70--217

T8 Andy White 72-72-74--218

David Weeks 73-72-73--218

10 Cody Godfrey 74-73-72--219

T11 Blake Maum 74-73-74--221

Ryan Cannington 73-73-75--221

Tom Schreiner 75-75-71--221

Wil Manuel 73-75-73--221

15 Taylor Davis 76-75-71--222

16 Matt Robertson 76-71-76--223

T17 Barry Hamilton 70-75-79--224

Lake Johnson 74-77-73—224

 

Seniors

1 Mitch Hufstetler 72-73-73--218

2 Tom Baird 72-75-75--222

3 Neil Spitalny 74-76-74--224

4 Randy Yoder 74-77-74--225

5 John Lambert 79-78-69--226

6 Mike Jenkins 75-78-75--228

7 Frank Hollowell 80-76-80--236

8 Ron Johnson 80-83-78--241

9 Mike A Granato 86-81-82--249

10 Mike Mauney 80-87-86--253

11 Al Adcock 86-86-85--257

12 Mike Allison 86-87-86--259

 

First Flight

1 Jay Cooper 82-79-79--240

2 Bryan Hogue 79-82-80--241

3 Shane Vandeventer 87-78-83--248

4 David Oneal 83-86-84--253

5 Matt Mckenney 89-84-81--254

6 Scott Baker 95-80-82--257

7 Andy Tucker 93-85-85--263

8 Mike Helle 86-85-93--264

9 Gil Milton 97-102-85--284

10 Jon Berarducci 94-95-98--287

11 Zach Correll 88-88-WD—WD

 

Championship B

T1 Andrew Weathers 79-76-69--224

Walt Moffitt 77-75-72--224

T3 Adam Stephens 75-78-72--225

Hal Lamb 73-79-73--225

Mikey Feher 78-74-73--225

6 Chris Schmidt 78-77-73--228

T7 Josh Gregorich 75-78-76--229

Thomas Lilly 80-73-76--229

9 Neil Gannaway 76-79-75--230

T10 Hunter Vest 76-77-78--231

Jerod Baldwin 76-76-79--231

12 Tre Lamb 77-82-73--232

13 James White 85-77-74--236

14 David Lambeck 78-79-80--237

15 Mike Craig 75-78-86--239

16 Sullivan Baker 81-81-78--240

T17 Jay Potter 77-83-WD--WD

Josh Baker 81-73-WD—WD

 

 

Championship C

1 Mckeehanon Rue 80-84-73--237

T2 Ethan Bean 82-81-76--239

Jimmy Watkins 79-88-72--239

T4 John Pierce 87-80-75--242

Sam Cooper 80-83-79--242

T6 Evan Spence 82-85-76--243

Grant Allen 84-84-75--243

8 Oliver Simonsen 78-87-79--244

9 Jacob Bailey 83-81-83--247

10 Brad Beck 89-79-80--248

T11 Jeff Greeson 84-90-76--250

Jimmy Mcgarry 89-84-77--250

13 Luke Hamilton 96-79-77--252

14 Tom Conner 87-93-78--258

15 Bryan Wardeberg 86-95-80--261

16 Jared L Willerson 91-86-89--266

17 Alex Christianson 99-85-85--269

18 Mike Robb 87-96-WD--WD

 

 

 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Total

 

Jay Mullins

28

27

23

78

 

Wayne Palmer

20

20

28

68

 

Doug Petty

22

26

19

67

 

Bobby Schubert

27

21

14

62

 

Shawn Reynolds

18

22

21

61

 

Michael Buchanan

16

17

28

61

 

Doug Conner

16

22

20

58

 

Larry Hopkins

17

22

17

56

 

Kirk Burns

19

19

14

52

 

Mac Hedges

17

16

18

51

 

Bobby Morrison III

19

11

10

40

 

Eddie Smith

19

15

WD

WD

 

Alan Cates

16

11

WD

WD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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