Men's Metro Begins Friday At Brainerd

Friday, July 11, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

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

8:00

John Lambert (S)

Mitch Hufstetler (S)

Walt Moffitt

[Black Creek]

8:10

Jimmy Ellis

Jeff Stetzler

Dan Brown (S)

8:20

Benjamin Rebne

Danny Gleeson

Tucker Venable

8:30

Tom Myers (S)

Mike Keene (S)

Brian Crossman (S)

8:40

Mike Jenkins (S)

Tom Baird (S)

Neil Spitalny

[CGCC]

8:50

Todd Moreland

Jim Srite (S)

Mikey Feher

[The Honors]

9:00

Johnny Pierce

Jimmy Pierce

Coy Mabry (S)

[Creeks Bend]

9:10

David McKenna (S)

Oscar Scruggs

Mark Cowart

9:20

Scott Patton

Wayne Woolfall

Rusty Pickett

[Moccasin Bend]

9:30

Grant Allen

Zac Bombassi

Alex Haralson

9:40

Wayne Brantley

Chris Travis

Stephen Austin

9:50

Jim Brett (S)

David Lawson (S)

Joe Scruggs (S)

10:00

Jeff Greeson

Brooks Thomas

Jimmy White III

[Council Fire]

10:10

Mike Bennett

Richard Keene

Steve Johnson

[Brainerd]

10:20

Matt Clayton

Alan Seiter

Shonn Weldon

10:30

Ronnie Law (S)

Antonio Rodriguez

George Foster (S)

10:40

Tyler Reynolds

McKeehanon Rue

Drew Mays

[Chatata Valley]

10:50

Rick Crawford (S)

Dexter White (S)

Lex Tarumianz (S)

11:00

Andy Williams

Bob Rice

Richard Spangler

11:10

Starter's Time

11:20

Joshua Baker

Evan Spence

Ricky Johnson

11:30

Gene Lansigan

Kyle Harren

Jeffrey King

11:40

Chris Schmidt

Wes Gilliland (S)

Taylor Lewis

[Council Fire]

11:50

Dee Arnold

Brad Palmer

Jared Willerson

[Battlefield]

12:00

Wil Manuel

Bret Douglas

Bennett Taylor

12:10

Matt Crowder

David Watts

Keoni Vidrine

[Chatata Valley]

12:20

Evan Ball

Cody Godfrey

Luke Hamilton

12:30

Randy Yoder (S)

Tim Crawford

Grant Caldwell

[The Honors]

12:40

Jay Potter

Thomas Hayes

Sport Allmond

[Brown Acres]

12:50

Ricky Honeycutt

Farrell Hayes

John White

1:00

Ramsey Kimbrough

David Roberson

Mark Song

[Moccasin Bend]

1:10

Tom Schreiner

Chris Schreiner

Trent Mansfield

[Brainerd]

1:20

Brad Beck

Jacob Morgan

Ryan Cannington

1:30

Brandon Cissom

Joe Markham

Hunter Vest

1:40

Pat Corey (S)

John Williams (S)

Winston Brown

[Lookout Mountain]

1:50

Jimmy Watkins

Jeremy Allen

Jacob Clark

2:00

Matt Robertson

Matt Hadden

Jeremy Lawson


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