Wyatt, Chapman Share Templeton Golf Lead

Emily Javadi Makes History

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Greg Wyatt from Crossville and Knoxville's Walt Chapman each shot 68 on Monday and shared the lead after the first round of the Ira Templeton Chattanooga Open at the Creeks Bend Golf Club.

Knoxville's Braxton Hunter and Memphis' Parker Rush are one shot back at 69.

The tournament concludes Tuesday.

Former Baylor School golfer Emily Javadi shot 4-over 74 and became the first female amateur to compete in a PGA of America Tennessee section tournament.

Bob Rice of Pikeville leads the senior division by one shot after shooting 69 from the white tees Monday.

MONDAY'S RESULTS:

Pos Player TodayR2 Thru Total R1 R2 Total  
T1 Greg WyattG. Wyatt
  Crossville, TN
- - -2 68   68
T1 Walt ChapmanW. Chapman
  Knoxville, TN
- - -2 68   68
T3 Braxton HunterB. Hunter
  Knoxville, TN
- - -1 69   69
T3 Parker RushP. Rush
  Memphis, TN
- - -1 69   69
T5 Matthew BrockM. Brock
  Lawrenceburg, TN
- - E 70   70
T5 Madison MooreM. Moore
  Chattanooga, TN
- - E 70   70
T5 Johan KokJ. Kok
  Brentwood, TN
- - E 70   70
T5 Kevin SnellK. Snell
  Eagleville, TN
- - E 70   70
T5 Keoni Vidrine (a)K. Vidrine
  Delano, TN
- - E 70   70
T5 Bruce EtterB. Etter
  Chattanooga, TN
- - E 70   70
T11 Ray Morton (a)R. Morton
  Lenoir City, TN
- - +1 71   71
T11 Jeff Golliher (a)J. Golliher
  Knoxville, TN
- - +1 71   71
T11 Tyler LockwoodT. Lockwood
  Knoxville, TN
- - +1 71   71
T11 Jared MelsonJ. Melson
  Tullahoma, TN
- - +1 71   71
T11 Jay Potter (a)J. Potter
  Chattanooga, TN
- - +1 71   71
T11 Chris DibbleC. Dibble
  Knoxville, TN
- - +1 71   71
T11 Loren PersonettL. Personett
  Mt Juliet, TN
- - +1 71   71
T18 Michael Lovvorn (a)M. Lovvorn
  Shelbyville, TN
- - +2 72   72
T18 Mitch BrockM. Brock
  Chattanooga, TN
- - +2 72   72
T18 Ryan Botts (a)R. Botts
  Lebanon, TN
- - +2 72   72
T18 Benjamin Rebne (a)B. Rebne
  Ringgold, GA
- - +2 72   72
T18 Jake ReevesJ. Reeves
  Knoxville, TN
- - +2 72   72
T18 Chris Schmidt (a)C. Schmidt
  Hixson, TN
- - +2 72   72
T24 Cody Godfrey (a)C. Godfrey
  Charleston, TN
- - +3 73   73
T24 Josh Wheeler (a)J. Wheeler
  Athens, TN
- - +3 73   73
T24 Paul BrannonP. Brannon
  Spring Hill, TN
- - +3 73   73
T24 Euggie JonesE. Jones
  Kingsport, TN
- - +3 73   73
T24 Jerry WilliamsJ. Williams
  Oak Ridge, TN
- - +3 73   73
T29 Emily Javadi (a)E. Javadi
  Hixson, TN
- - +4 74   74
T29 McKeehanon Rue (a)M. Rue
  Riceville, TN
- - +4 74   74
T29 Brooks Thomas (a)B. Thomas
  Chattanooga, TN
- - +4 74   74
T29 Casey FlennikenC. Flenniken
  Knoxville, TN
- - +4 74   74
T33 Randy WylieR. Wylie
  Knoxville, TN
- - +5 75   75
T33 Drew Mays (a)D. Mays
  Athens, TN
- - +5 75   75
T33 Nick Garretson (a)N. Garretson
  Franklin, TN
- - +5 75   75
T33 Scott MastersS. Masters
  Gallatin, TN
- - +5 75   75
T33 Jarett Croff (a)J. Croff
  Franklin, TN
- - +5 75   75
T33 Tyler Reynolds (a)T. Reynolds
  Athens, TN
- - +5 75   75
T39 Josh Baker (a)J. Baker
  Hixson, TN
- - +6 76   76
T39 Patrick Williams (a)P. Williams
  Hixson, TN
- - +6 76   76
41 Joshua McWhorterJ. McWhorter
  Deep Gap, NC
- - +7 77   77
T42 Thomas SmithT. Smith
  Chattanooga, TN
- - +8 78   78
T42 Adam ForgeyA. Forgey
  Crossville, TN
- - +8 78   78
T42 Zackary ColeZ. Cole
  Knoxville, TN
- - +8 78   78
45 Sean RiceS. Rice
  Chattanooga, TN
- - +10 80   80
46 David OwensD. Owens
  Sewanee, TN
- - +11 81   81
47 John White (a)J. White
  Chattanooga, TN
- - +12 82   82
DID NOT FINISH
WD Nick Blakely (a)N. Blakely
  Nashville, TN
           
WD Keith BurdetteK. Burdette
  Chattanooga
           

* denotes a 10th hole start

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