Men's Metro Begins Friday At Brainerd

Friday, July 11, 2014 - by special report to

The Chattanooga's Men's Metro Golf Championship begins a three-day stand Friday at the Brainerd Golf Club.

Friday's Pairings:

2014 Chattanooga Men's Metro Amateur

Brainerd Golf Course

Friday, July 11, 2014

#1 Tee


John Lambert (S)

Mitch Hufstetler (S)

Walt Moffitt

[Black Creek]


Jimmy Ellis

Jeff Stetzler

Dan Brown (S)


Benjamin Rebne

Danny Gleeson

Tucker Venable


Tom Myers (S)

Mike Keene (S)

Brian Crossman (S)


Mike Jenkins (S)

Tom Baird (S)

Neil Spitalny



Todd Moreland

Jim Srite (S)

Mikey Feher

[The Honors]


Johnny Pierce

Jimmy Pierce

Coy Mabry (S)

[Creeks Bend]


David McKenna (S)

Oscar Scruggs

Mark Cowart


Scott Patton

Wayne Woolfall

Rusty Pickett

[Moccasin Bend]


Grant Allen

Zac Bombassi

Alex Haralson


Wayne Brantley

Chris Travis

Stephen Austin


Jim Brett (S)

David Lawson (S)

Joe Scruggs (S)


Jeff Greeson

Brooks Thomas

Jimmy White III

[Council Fire]


Mike Bennett

Richard Keene

Steve Johnson



Matt Clayton

Alan Seiter

Shonn Weldon


Ronnie Law (S)

Antonio Rodriguez

George Foster (S)


Tyler Reynolds

McKeehanon Rue

Drew Mays

[Chatata Valley]


Rick Crawford (S)

Dexter White (S)

Lex Tarumianz (S)


Andy Williams

Bob Rice

Richard Spangler


Starter's Time


Joshua Baker

Evan Spence

Ricky Johnson


Gene Lansigan

Kyle Harren

Jeffrey King


Chris Schmidt

Wes Gilliland (S)

Taylor Lewis

[Council Fire]


Dee Arnold

Brad Palmer

Jared Willerson



Wil Manuel

Bret Douglas

Bennett Taylor


Matt Crowder

David Watts

Keoni Vidrine

[Chatata Valley]


Evan Ball

Cody Godfrey

Luke Hamilton


Randy Yoder (S)

Tim Crawford

Grant Caldwell

[The Honors]


Jay Potter

Thomas Hayes

Sport Allmond

[Brown Acres]


Ricky Honeycutt

Farrell Hayes

John White


Ramsey Kimbrough

David Roberson

Mark Song

[Moccasin Bend]


Tom Schreiner

Chris Schreiner

Trent Mansfield



Brad Beck

Jacob Morgan

Ryan Cannington


Brandon Cissom

Joe Markham

Hunter Vest


Pat Corey (S)

John Williams (S)

Winston Brown

[Lookout Mountain]


Jimmy Watkins

Jeremy Allen

Jacob Clark


Matt Robertson

Matt Hadden

Jeremy Lawson

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