Robertson Wins Brainerd Invitational

Monday, August 11, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Matt Robertson finished at 15-under 129 and won the annual Brainerd Invitational on Sunday at the Brainerd Golf Course.

Robertson, who works at the course, shot 66 on Sunday and defeated Taylor Lewis by five strokes.

Last month, Robertson won the Men's Metro on his home course.

Mitch Hufstetler shot 3-under 141 and won the senior division by one shot over Tom Baird.

2014 Brainerd Invitational
Brainerd Golf Course
August 9 - 10
 

Flight Order Name Round1 Round2 Round3 Total

Championship

1

Robertson, Matt

63

66

129

Championship

2

Lewis, Taylor

66

68

134

Championship

3

Branton, Chad

63

72

135

Championship

4

Markham, Joe

67

69

136

Championship

5

White III, Jimmy

71

66

137

Championship

6

Hall, Chris

69

69

138

Championship

6

Schmidt, Chris

68

70

138

Championship

8

Baldwin, Jerod

70

69

139

Championship

8

Thompson, Ryne

71

68

139

Championship

10

Allmond, Sport

69

71

140

Championship

10

Killen, Logan

68

72

140

Championship

12

Estes, Jordan

70

71

141

Championship

12

Henley, Brent

69

72

141

Championship

12

Hulton, Ryan

69

72

141

Championship

12

Vidrine, Keoni

69

72

141

Championship

16

Keene, Richard

68

74

142

Championship

16

Schreiner, Tom

70

72

142

Championship

18

Riddle, Alexander

68

75

143

Championship

19

Watts, David

72

72

144

Championship

20

Hadden, Matt

73

72

145

Championship

20

Rebne, Benjamin

73

72

145

Championship

22

Beck, Brad

70

76

146

Championship

22

Cox, Ryan

73

73

146

Championship

24

Godfrey, Cody

72

75

147

Championship

24

Mabry, Coy

70

77

147

Championship

24

Nelson, Jared

73

74

147

Championship

27

Burke, David

73

76

149

Championship

27

Greeson, Jeff

72

77

149

Championship

29

Baker, Joshua

69

81

150

Championship

29

Crowder, Matt

72

78

150

1st Flight

1

Bombassi, Zac

76

72

148

1st Flight

2

Spitalny, Phil

74

75

149

1st Flight

3

Pickett, Rusty

76

74

150

1st Flight

3

Pierce, John

75

75

150

1st Flight

5

Ellis, Jimmy

78

73

151

1st Flight

6

Moreland, Todd

74

78

152

1st Flight

6

Willerson, Jared

76

76

152

1st Flight

8

Arnold, Dee

78

75

153

1st Flight

8

Hayes, Thomas

77

76

153

1st Flight

8

Mansfield, Trent

77

76

153

1st Flight

11

Sandlin, Will

79

76

155

1st Flight

12

Covington, Will

80

76

156

1st Flight

13

Lansigan, Gene

80

77

157

1st Flight

14

Ramsay, Charlie

83

76

159

1st Flight

15

Manuel, Wil

78

83

161

1st Flight

16

Walker, David

81

83

164

1st Flight

17

James, Brent

82

86

168

1st Flight

18

Priyank, Patel

94

84

178

Senior

1

Hufstetler, Mitch

73

68

141

Senior

2

Baird, Tom

72

70

142

Senior

3

Spitalny, Neil

74

71

145

Senior

4

Law, Ronnie

75

71

146

Senior

5

Hollowell, Frank

74

74

148

Senior

5

Jenkins, Mike

73

75

148

Senior

5

McKenna, David

73

75

148

Senior

8

Lambert, John

75

74

149

Senior

9

Gilliland, Wes

79

80

159

Senior

10

Crawford, Rick

82

82

164

Senior

11

Foster, George

84

81

165

Senior

12

Clark, Harold

95

90

185

Stableford

1

Granato, Mike

-36

-34

-70

Stableford

2

Siniard, Ronnie

-40

-29

-69

Stableford

3

White, Jack

-32

-34

-66

Stableford

4

Mixson, Mike

-30

-35

-65

Stableford

5

Palmer, Mike

-30

-33

-63

Stableford

6

Gary Jr, Bob

-33

-28

-61

Stableford

7

Lee, Kenny

-30

-23

-53

Stableford

8

Myers, Tom

-24

-28

-52

Stableford

9

Baker, Tim

-24

-26

-50

Stableford

9

Sachse, Bill

-25

-25

-50

Stableford

11

Casper, Tony

-20

-24

-44

Stableford

12

Gannaway, Jeremy

-22

-21

-43

Stableford

13

Cates, David

-9

-11

-20


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