Tee Times Set For 2014 Chattanooga Women's City Championship

Friday, July 11, 2014

Tee times have been set for the 2014 Chattanooga Women's City Championship.

2014 Chattanooga Women's City Championship

Round: 1 -- Monday, July 14, 2014
Council Fire Golf Club
Tee: 1
8:00 AM Carlene Ryon Nancy Logue
8:09 AM Samantha Griffith Haley Davidson Natalie Javadie
8:18 AM Debbie Durham Rachel Rebne Kathy Vaughn
8:27 AM Hazel Davis Pam Austin Karen Burns
8:36 AM Phyllis Loftsgard Carol Burns Patty Donnahoo
8:45 AM Barb Monaghan Linda Carter Karen Martin
8:54 AM Haley Chalker Patty Jones Sharon Powell
9:03 AM Lynn McGee Kate Gerbitz Rosalie Basten
9:12 AM Lesley Dunn Casandra Godbold Lynn Heck
9:21 AM Judy Mabe Jeanie Reedy Brittany Marcum
9:30 AM Nancy Hora Diane Rachel Jamie Flegal
9:39 AM Pam Potter Vicki Dolan Edwina Montgomery
9:48 AM Evelyn Williams Leatha Eaves Lynn Graham 

2014 Chattanooga Women's City Senior Championship
Round: 1 -- Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Council Fire Golf Club
Tee: 10
8:00 AM Susan Thurman Pat Wilson Anna Cunningham
8:09 AM Lynn Holland Diane Dycus Kandy Berke
8:18 AM Susan Kaplan Joyce Heathcoat DeeDee Raulston
8:27 AM Bonnie Blevins Bonnie Hamilton Eleanor Mitchell

8:36 AM Judi Pressman Pam Schulman Maggie Massey


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