Rebne Earns Low-Pro Honors

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Richard Rebne shot 68 on Monday and took low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at Windstone.

Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA

Pro-Am Results

Windstone G. C.

May 19, 2014

Low Professional : 1st: (68) Richard Rebne

2nd: (73) Sean Rice

3rd: (74) Gregg Juster

Professional Skins: #2 Richard Rebne, #3 & #8 Sean Rice, #17 Robert Taylor,

& # 18 Adam Campbell

Amateur Skins: #4 Robert Painter, #15 Bob Everts, & #17 George Lewellan

Team Results:

T1st: (62) Richard Rebne, Rusty Pickett, Tom Mascaro, Roger White

T1st: (62) Richard Rebne, Matt Crowder, Alex Carale, Brian Morgan

T3rd: (63) Richard Rebne, Guy Carpenter, Todd Driver, Paul Wilson

T3rd: (63) Robert Taylor, George Lewellan, David Debroskey, Leo Lefevre


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