Chattanooga's Stolz Earns Spot In Match Play Semifinal

Sunday, July 27, 2014 - by special report to

KNOXVILLE -- Chattanooga's Zac Stolz won two matches here Saturday and advanced to a semifinal in the 11th Tennessee Match Play Championship at the Holston Hills Country Club.

Stolz beat Knoxville's Mitchell Thomas, 4 and 2, and then defeated Nashville's Craig Smith, 2 and 1.

Stolz will play Memphis' Matt Cooper in a semifinal. In the other semifinal, Brentwood's Brendon Caballero will face Franklin's Michael Monroe.

The semifinal will be played Sunday morning, followed by the final in the afternoon.

In the senior division, Germantown's Tim Jackson will face Kingsport's Tony Green in the final.

11th Annual Tennessee Match Play Championship
Updated: 7/27/2014 8:02 AM EDT

Top 16 will advance to Match Play Bracket after Round 2.

Please Select a Round Below
Holston Hills Country Club
Holston Hills Country Club
Time Tee Player City/State
8:00 am 1 Caballero, Brendon Brentwood, Tenn.
Monroe, Michael Franklin, Tenn.
8:10 am 1 Stolz, Zac Chattanooga, Tenn.
Cooper, Matt Memphis, Tenn.

11th Annual Tennessee Senior Match Play Championship
Updated: 7/27/2014 8:07 AM EDT

Top 8 Players will advance to Senior Match Play bracket.

Please Select a Round Below
Holston Hills Country Club
Holston Hills Country Club
Time Tee Player City/State
8:30 am 1 Jackson, Tim Germantown, Tenn.
Green, Tony Kingsport, Tenn.

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