Potts Earns Low Pro Honors

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Trevor Potts shot 70 on Monday and earned low-pro honors in the Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA Pro-Am at The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay.

Monday's Results:

Chattanooga Chapter TN PGA

Pro-Am Result

The Bear Trace @ Harrison Bay

August 25, 2014

Low Professional : 1st: (70) Trevor Potts

Amateur Skins: #1 Jeff Black, #3 Mike Craig, #5, #7, & #14 Flavio Melgar,

#8 John Payne, #10 & #13 Phil Metcalf, #16 Len Reidinger

Team Results:

1st: (62) Trevor Potts, John Payne, Ed Shields, Paul Wilson

T2nd: (63) Trevor Potts, Jeff Kent, Travis Nunnley, Paul Guinn

T2nd: (63) Trevor Potts, Mike Craig, Kevin Smith, Tom Beckner

T2nd: (63) Trevor Potts, Guy Carpenter, Mike D Johnson, Myron McCormick


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