Robertson Wins Metro Title

Monday, July 14, 2014

Matt Robertson shot 66 on Sunday and won the Chattanooga Men's Metro Golf Championship at the Brainerd Golf Course.

Robertson finished at 198 (65, 67, 66).

Thomas Brooks finished second at 206. Jay Potter, Keoni Vidrine and David Watts finished third at 208.

Final Results:

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Champ

1

Robertson, Matt

65

67

66

198

Champ

2

Thomas, Brooks

64

69

73

206

Champ

3

Potter, Jay

68

67

73

208

Champ

3

Vidrine, Keoni

68

72

68

208

Champ

3

Watts, David

66

75

67

208

Champ

6

Lawson, Jeremy

69

74

67

210

Champ

6

Rice, Bob

66

69

75

210

Champ

6

Schmidt, Chris

72

71

67

210

Champ

9

Crowder, Matt

68

71

72

211

Champ

10

Lewis, Taylor

66

73

73

212

Champ

11

Keene, Richard

71

71

71

213

Champ

11

Markham, Joe

72

71

70

213

Champ

11

Spangler, Richard

69

72

72

213

Champ

14

Feher, Mikey

69

75

72

216

Champ

14

Godfrey, Cody

74

69

73

216

Champ

14

Kimbrough, Ramsey

69

74

73

216

Champ

18

Allen, Grant

70

75

72

217

Champ

18

Schreiner, Tom

74

71

72

217

Champ

20

Cissom, Brandon

72

70

76

218

Champ

21

Haren, Kyle

73

73

74

220

Champ

21

Hayes, Thomas

72

73

75

220

Champ

21

Reynolds, Tyler

74

71

75

220

Champ

21

Spitalny, Neil

73

73

74

220

Champ

25

Ball, Evan

71

75

75

221

Champ

26

Johnson, Steve

72

74

76

222

Champ

27

Hadden, Matt

73

72

78

223

Champ

28

Allmond, Sport

70

76

78

224

 



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