Griffith, Carter To Play For Title Of Chattanooga Women’s City Championship

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

#1 Seed Samantha Griffith played even par golf to edge Kathy Vaughn 3 & 2 in the Championship Flight of the Chattanooga Women’s City on Wednesday. 

She will play Linda Carter on Thursday for the championship. 

Ms. Carter defeated Natali Javadi 3 & 2. 

The match of the day paired Council Fire members Carlene Ryon and Lynn McGee in the First Flight.  Ryon won on the 20th hole after being dormie through 16.

Thursday’s Final Tee Times

Championship Flight

9:52 am                              (1) Samantha Griffith vs (7) Linda Carter

First Flight

9:44 am                              (1) Carlene Ryon vs (2) Nancy Logue

 

Second Flight

9:36 am                              (1) Cassandra Godbold vs (3) Sharon Powell

 

Third Flight

9:28 am                              (1) Patty Jones vs (2) Evelyn Williams

 

Optional Handicap Tournament

8:00 am                              Jeanie Reedy      Lynn Heck

8:08 am                              Rosalie Basten   Kate Gerbitz

8:16 am                              Karen Martin      Barb Monaghan

8:24 am                              Hazel Davis         Kathy Vaughn

8:32 am                              Rachel Rebne     Debbie Durham

 

Senior Division

8:40 am                              Joyce Heathcoat               Susan Johnson                   Maggie Massey

8:48 am                              Bonnie Hamilton               Pam Schulman

8:56 am                              Lynn Holland                      Eleanor Mitchell               Diane Dycus

9:04 am                              Anna Cunningham            Kandy Berke                       DeeDee Raulston

9:12 am                              Susan Thurman                 Pat Wilson                          Susan Kaplan

 

 

 


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