Juster Takes Low-Pro Honors At Moccasin Bend

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Gregg Juster shot 70 on Monday and took low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at Moccasin Bend.

Monday's Results:

Low Professional : 1st: (70) Gregg Juster

Professional Skins: #5, #11, & # 16 Gregg Juster, #8, #10, & #12 Gibby Gilbert

#18 Trevor Potts

Amateur Skins: #2 Walter Rooks, #3 Josh Baker, #8 Jeff Poe, #9 Jake Keller,

#10 Colby Roach, #12 Guy Carpenter, #13 Wayne Woolfall,

& #17 Ramsey Kimbrough

Team Results:

T1st: (60) Gibby Gilbert, Josh Baker, Bill Leatherwood, Tony Workman

T1st: (60) Gibby Gilbert, Ray Cherry, Tracy Lowe, Ted Davis

3rd: (61) Gibby Gilbert, Rusty Pickett, Bob Horn, Sherri Broom

4th: (62) Gibby Gilbert, Dakota Price, Miles Stephens, Greg Porter



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