Robertson Leads Men's Metro Golf

Hufstetler Wins Senior Division

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Matt Robertson took the lead Saturday in the Chattanooga Men's Metro Golf Championship at the Brainerd Golf Course.

Robertson stands at 8-under 132 and leads UTC sophomore Brooks Thomas by one shot.

Jay Potter and Bob Rice are two strokes behind entering Sunday's final round and first-round leader Wayne Woolfall is five behind.

Mitch Hufstetler won the two-day senior division title.

2014 Chattanooga Men's Metro Amateur

Brainerd Golf Course

Sunday, July 13

#1 Tee

8:00

Allmond, Sport (146)

Ball, Evan (146)

8:10

Haren, Kyle (146)

Spitalny, Neil (146)

Johnson, Steve (146)

8:20

Hadden, Matt (145)

Hayes, Thomas (145)

Allen, Grant (145)

8:30

Feher, Mikey (144)

Schreiner, Tom (145)

Reynolds, Tyler (145)

8:40

Lawson, Jeremy (143)

Kimbrough, Ramsey (143)

Mansfield, Trent (144)

8:50

Godfrey, Cody (143)

Markham, Joe (143)

Schmidt, Chris (143)

9:00

Watts, David (141)

Cissom, Brandon (142)

Keene, Richard (142)

9:10

Lewis, Taylor (139)

Vidrine, Keoni (140)

Spangler, Richard (141)

9:20

Rice, Bob (135)

Woolfall, Wayne (137)

Crowder, Matt (139)

9:30

Robertson, Matt (132)

Thomas, Brooks (133)

Potter, Jay (135)


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