Knoxville's Kammann Leading Mid-Amateur

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Knoxville's Scott Kammann shot 5-under 67 on Wednesday and took the first-round lead in the Tennessee Mid-Amateur at The Honors Course.

At 3-under are Ooltewah's Nick Blakely, Franklin's Kevin Watford and Nashville's Craig Smith.

Veteran Tim Jackson, a six-time tournament winner, is at 2-under 70.

Former Chattanooga Christian basketball standout Jason Holwerda shot 1-over 73.

27th Annual Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship
Updated: 8/28/2014 4:56 PM EDT
Top 36 Player and Ties Advance to the Final Round.
Please Select a Round Below
Round: 
The Honors Course
The Honors Course
Time Tee Player City/State Score
8:00 am 1 Goodrich, Warren Brentwood, Tenn. 80
McDonald, Steve Nashville, Tenn. 77
Tabor, Lucas White Pine, Tenn. 80
8:00 am 10 Houston, Chris Cordova, Tenn. 78
Kammann, Scott Knoxville, Tenn. 68
Watts, David Cleveland, Tenn. 83
8:10 am 1 Wilson, Kevin Nashville, Tenn. 80
Custer, Zach Gallatin, Tenn. 74
Bauchiero, Rob Nashville, Tenn. 78
8:10 am 10 Burgan, Todd Powell, Tenn. 74
Golliher, Jeff Knoxville, Tenn. WD
McKnight, French Atlanta, Ga. 88
8:20 am 1 McDonald, Erin Memphis, Tenn. 85
Hayworth, Kyle Nashville, Tenn. 75
Campbell, Brad Morristown, Tenn. 78
8:20 am 10 Green, Tony Kingsport, Tenn. 78
Golliher, Steve Knoxville, Tenn. 77
Spitalny, Neil Chattanooga, Tenn. 78
8:30 am 1 Robertson, Ben Nashville, Tenn. 92
Lee, Philip Nashville, Tenn. 73
Maxwell, Lee Cookeville, Tenn. 77
8:30 am 10 Crockett, Dan Franklin, Tenn. 73
Gray, Toby Nashville, Tenn. 81
Flegel, Josh Hermitage, Tenn. 80
8:40 am 1 Blakely, Nick Nashville, Tenn. 69
Davis, Dustin Kodak, Tenn. 82
Thompson, Tyler Memphis, Tenn. 82
8:40 am 10 Whittemore, Madison Brentwood, Tenn. 77
Watford, Kevin Franklin, Tenn. 69
Williams, Wes Kingston Springs, Tenn. 76
8:50 am 1 Korth, Wes Cookeville, Tenn. 79
Nelms, Josh Hixson, Tenn. 75
Sciortino, David Franklin, Tenn. 76
8:50 am 10 Floyd, Cole Hendersonville, Tenn. 74
Nail, Davis Nashville, Tenn. 79
Personius, Jason Mount Juliet, Tenn. 80
9:00 am 1 Weaver, Brandon Nolensville, Tenn. 87
Williams, Patrick Hixson, Tenn. 75
Robertson, Matt Chattanooga, Tenn. 74
9:00 am 10 Jackson, Tim Germantown, Tenn. 70
Cooper, Matt Memphis, Tenn. 72
Smith, Craig Nashville, Tenn. 69
9:10 am 1 Spannuth, Wes Hendersonville, Tenn. 75
Spangler Jr, Richard Hixson, Tenn. 77
Nichols, Greg Sevierville, Tenn. 81
9:10 am 10 Reuter, Jeff Jackson, Tenn. 76
Rand, Patrick Nashville, Tenn. 76
Guthrie, Andrew Madisonville, Tenn. 78
9:20 am 1 Binkley, Kyle White House, Tenn. 75
Burch III, John Nashville, Tenn. 78
Lanning, Chris Lavergne, Tenn. 73
9:20 am 10 Davis, Brandon Ooltewah, Tenn. 81
Jacobs, Ryan Nashville, Tenn. 77
Brown, Billy Nashville, Tenn. 75
9:30 am 1 Stansbury, Hal Collierville, Tenn. 84
Shelby, Jason Memphis, Tenn. 82
Richardson, Tim Cookeville, Tenn. 81
9:30 am 10 Cissom, Brandon Cleveland, Tenn. 75
Largent, Lawrence Kingsport, Tenn. 80
Dallas, Jason Memphis, Tenn. 74
1:00 pm 1 Mundie, Don Brentwood, Tenn. 84
Morton, Ray Lenoir City, Tenn. 77
Moss, Brad Franklin, Tenn. 91
1:00 pm 10 Kirby, Stephen Hendersonville, Tenn. 93
Barron, Grant Gallatin, Tenn. 77
Fossick, Lance Nashville, Tenn. 79
1:10 pm 1 McMasters, Justin Paris, Tenn. 74
McElroy, Anthony Nashville, Tenn. 80
Howard, Jeff Jasper, Tenn. 75
1:10 pm 10 Rice, Bob Pikeville , Tenn. 77
Bowlin, Donnie Franklin, Tenn. 88
Moffitt, Walt Chattanooga, Tenn. 78
1:20 pm 1 Hibbett, Tripp Santa Fe, Tenn. 84
Tursky, Brad Jackson, Tenn. 83
Garland, Rob Nashville, Tenn. 75
1:20 pm 10 Poe, Mike Athens, Tenn. 83
Baird, Tom Signal Mountain, Tenn. 79
Emery, Eric Franklin , Tenn. 85
1:30 pm 1 Richardson, Joey Murfreesboro, Tenn. 79
Schmidt, Chris Hixson, Tenn. 82
Tankersley, Mike Lewisburg, Tenn. 81
1:30 pm 10 Keene, Richard Chattanooga, Tenn. 78
Jenkins, Mike Chattanooga, Tenn. 81
McElhaney, Craig Nashville, Tenn. 71
1:40 pm 1 Keene, Charlie Clarksville, Tenn. 78
Holwerda, Jason Franklin, Tenn. 73
Wheeler, Dale Crossville, Tenn. 75
1:40 pm 10 Lambert, John Hixson, Tenn. 81
Bailey, John Nashville, Tenn. 82
Klinikowski, Barry Nashville, Tenn. WD
1:50 pm 1 Loudermilk, Robert Brentwood, Tenn. 71
Patterson, Rush Memphis, Tenn. 90
Rochelle, Corey Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 71
1:50 pm 10 Dotson, Keith White Bluff, Tenn. 88
Guinn, Greg Clarksville, Tenn. 74
Hillenmeyer, Taylor Nashville, Tenn. 79
2:00 pm 1 Wellons, Bill Franklin, Tenn. 74
Schreiner, Tom Chattanooga, Tenn. 81
Smith, Scott Knoxville, Tenn. 81
2:00 pm 10 Bankston, Greg Chattanooga, Tenn. 85
Atkeison, Mike Somerville, Tenn. 78
Dyson, Todd Lakeland, Tenn. 86
2:10 pm 1 Weigand, Dave Nashville, Tenn. 90
Yoder, Randall Chattanooga, Tenn. 81
Songstad, Randy Cordova, Tenn. 83
2:10 pm 10 Davis, Tory Gray, Tenn. 78
Dent, Ryan Franklin, Tenn. 81
Davis, Tanner Gray, Tenn. 78
2:20 pm 1 Moore, Trey Nashville, Tenn. 80
Roberts, Daniel Germantown, Tenn. 86
Surati, Vrushank Brentwood, Tenn. 81
2:20 pm 10 Baird, Tyler Knoxille, Tenn. 84
Vance, Jordan Crossville, Tenn. 80
McCulloch, David Knoxville, Tenn. 81
2:30 pm 1 Greer, Ryan Knoxville, Tenn. 74
Pesterfield, Brad Maryville, Tenn. 83
Cooper, Donnie Knoxville, Tenn. 79
2:30 pm 10 Barnes, Brad Nashville, Tenn. 77
Lee, Ken Manchester, Tenn. 81
May, Charles Nashville, Tenn.



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