Watford Leads By 3 In State Mid-Amateur

Friday, August 29, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Franklin's Kevin Watford shot a 3-under 70 on Thursday and took the lead in the State Mid-Amateur Championship at The Honors Course.

Watford stands at 6-under entering Friday's final round.

He heads Tim Jackson from Germantown and Knoxville's Ryan Greer by three shots.

Brandon Cissom and Richard Keene lead the local contingent of Chattanooga golfers. They are at 6-over, tied for 21st..




27th Annual Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship
Updated: 8/29/2014 7:59 AM EDT
The Honors Course
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1 Watford, Kevin Franklin, Tenn. 10:00 am Tee: 1 -6 69 69
T2 Greer, Ryan Knoxville, Tenn. 10:00 am Tee: 1 -3 74 67
T2 Jackson, Tim Germantown, Tenn. 10:00 am Tee: 1 -3 70 71
T4 Cooper, Matt Memphis, Tenn. 9:50 am Tee: 1 +1 72 73
T4 Crockett, Dan Franklin, Tenn. 9:50 am Tee: 1 +1 73 72
T4 Kammann, Scott Knoxville, Tenn. 9:40 am Tee: 1 +1 68 77
T4 Smith, Craig Nashville, Tenn. 9:50 am Tee: 1 +1 69 76
8 Burgan, Todd Powell, Tenn. 9:40 am Tee: 1 +2 74 72
T9 Custer, Zach Gallatin, Tenn. 9:40 am Tee: 1 +3 74 73
T9 Rochelle, Corey Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 9:30 am Tee: 1 +3 71 76
T9 Williams, Wes Kingston Springs, Tenn. 9:30 am Tee: 1 +3 76 71
T9 Loudermilk, Robert Brentwood, Tenn. 9:30 am Tee: 1 +3 71 76
T13 Brown, Billy Nashville, Tenn. 9:20 am Tee: 1 +4 75 73
T13 Burch III, John Nashville, Tenn. 9:20 am Tee: 1 +4 78 70
T13 Garland, Rob Nashville, Tenn. 9:20 am Tee: 1 +4 75 73
T16 Lee, Philip Nashville, Tenn. 9:10 am Tee: 1 +5 73 76
T16 McElhaney, Craig Nashville, Tenn. 9:10 am Tee: 1 +5 71 78
T16 Wellons, Bill Franklin, Tenn. 9:00 am Tee: 1 +5 74 75
T16 Guinn, Greg Clarksville, Tenn. 9:10 am Tee: 1 +5 74 75
T16 Holwerda, Jason Franklin, Tenn. 9:00 am Tee: 1 +5 73 76
T21 Cissom, Brandon Cleveland, Tenn. 8:40 am Tee: 1 +6 75 75
T21 Spannuth, Wes Hendersonville, Tenn. 8:50 am Tee: 1 +6 75 75
T21 Campbell, Brad Morristown, Tenn. 8:50 am Tee: 1 +6 78 72
T21 Dallas, Jason Memphis, Tenn. 8:40 am Tee: 1 +6 74 76
T21 Keene, Richard Chattanooga, Tenn. 8:50 am Tee: 1 +6 78 72
T21 Blakely, Nick Nashville, Tenn. 9:00 am Tee: 1 +6 69 81
T27 Floyd, Cole Hendersonville, Tenn. 8:40 am Tee: 1 +7 74 77
T27 Lanning, Chris Lavergne, Tenn. 8:30 am Tee: 1 +7 73 78
T27 Morton, Ray Lenoir City, Tenn. 8:30 am Tee: 1 +7 77 74
T27 Nelms, Josh Hixson, Tenn. 8:20 am Tee: 1 +7 75 76
T27 Houston, Chris Cordova, Tenn. 8:30 am Tee: 1 +7 78 73
T27 Spangler Jr, Richard Hixson, Tenn. 8:20 am Tee: 1 +7 77 74
T27 Williams, Patrick Hixson, Tenn. 8:20 am Tee: 1 +7 75 76
T34 Cooper, Donnie Knoxville, Tenn. 8:00 am Tee: 1 +8 79 73
T34 McMasters, Justin Paris, Tenn. 8:00 am Tee: 1 +8 74 78
T34 Rand, Patrick Nashville, Tenn. 8:10 am Tee: 1 +8 76 76
T34 Hayworth, Kyle Nashville, Tenn. 8:10 am Tee: 1 +8 75 77
Failed to Qualify
McDonald, Steve Nashville, Tenn. 77 76
McElroy, Anthony Nashville, Tenn. 80 73
Keene, Charlie Clarksville, Tenn. 78 75
Vance, Jordan Crossville, Tenn. 80 73
Rice, Bob Pikeville , Tenn. 77 77
Schmidt, Chris Hixson, Tenn. 82 72
Davis, Tanner Gray, Tenn. 78 76
Sciortino, David Franklin, Tenn. 76 78
Davis, Tory Gray, Tenn. 78 76
Largent, Lawrence Kingsport, Tenn. 80 74
Barnes, Brad Nashville, Tenn. 77 78
Reuter, Jeff Jackson, Tenn. 76 79
Davis, Brandon Ooltewah, Tenn. 81 74
Bauchiero, Rob Nashville, Tenn. 78 77
Robertson, Matt Chattanooga, Tenn. 74 81
Nail, Davis Nashville, Tenn. 79 76
Binkley, Kyle White House, Tenn. 75 80
Richardson, Tim Cookeville, Tenn. 81 74
Surati, Vrushank Brentwood, Tenn. 81 75
Schreiner, Tom Chattanooga, Tenn. 81 75
Whittemore, Madison Brentwood, Tenn. 77 79
Smith, Scott Knoxville, Tenn. 81 75
Tabor, Lucas White Pine, Tenn. 80 76
Golliher, Steve Knoxville, Tenn. 77 79
Maxwell, Lee Cookeville, Tenn. 77 79
Fossick, Lance Nashville, Tenn. 79 78
Moffitt, Walt Chattanooga, Tenn. 78 80
Personius, Jason Mount Juliet, Tenn. 80 78
Korth, Wes Cookeville, Tenn. 79 79
Dent, Ryan Franklin, Tenn. 81 77
Barron, Grant Gallatin, Tenn. 77 81
Poe, Mike Athens, Tenn. 83 75
May, Charles Nashville, Tenn. 78 81
Green, Tony Kingsport, Tenn. 78 81
Hibbett, Tripp Santa Fe, Tenn. 84 75
Flegel, Josh Hermitage, Tenn. 80 79
Atkeison, Mike Somerville, Tenn. 78 81
Wheeler, Dale Crossville, Tenn. 75 84
Bailey, John Nashville, Tenn. 82 77
Richardson, Joey Murfreesboro, Tenn. 79 80
Moore, Trey Nashville, Tenn. 80 80
Spitalny, Neil Chattanooga, Tenn. 78 82
Jacobs, Ryan Nashville, Tenn. 77 84
Lee, Ken Manchester, Tenn. 81 80
Tursky, Brad Jackson, Tenn. 83 78
Nichols, Greg Sevierville, Tenn. 81 80
Davis, Dustin Kodak, Tenn. 82 80
Lambert, John Hixson, Tenn. 81 81
Howard, Jeff Jasper, Tenn. 75 88
Hillenmeyer, Taylor Nashville, Tenn. 79 84
Goodrich, Warren Brentwood, Tenn. 80 83
Gray, Toby Nashville, Tenn. 81 82
Thompson, Tyler Memphis, Tenn. 82 81
Tankersley, Mike Lewisburg, Tenn. 81 83
Jenkins, Mike Chattanooga, Tenn. 81 83
Baird, Tom Signal Mountain, Tenn. 79 85
Bowlin, Donnie Franklin, Tenn. 88 76
Yoder, Randall Chattanooga, Tenn. 81 84
Songstad, Randy Cordova, Tenn. 83 82
McDonald, Erin Memphis, Tenn. 85 80
McCulloch, David Knoxville, Tenn. 81 84
Pesterfield, Brad Maryville, Tenn. 83 82
Shelby, Jason Memphis, Tenn. 82 83
Weigand, Dave Nashville, Tenn. 90 76
Baird, Tyler Knoxille, Tenn. 84 82
Weaver, Brandon Nolensville, Tenn. 87 79
Bankston, Greg Chattanooga, Tenn. 85 81
Dotson, Keith White Bluff, Tenn. 88 79
Patterson, Rush Memphis, Tenn. 90 77
Dyson, Todd Lakeland, Tenn. 86 82
Stansbury, Hal Collierville, Tenn. 84 84
Roberts, Daniel Germantown, Tenn. 86 84
Mundie, Don Brentwood, Tenn. 84 86
Wilson, Kevin Nashville, Tenn. 80 92
Emery, Eric Franklin , Tenn. 85 87
Robertson, Ben Nashville, Tenn. 92 83
Moss, Brad Franklin, Tenn. 91 85
McKnight, French Atlanta, Ga. 88 89
Kirby, Stephen Hendersonville, Tenn. 93 87
Guthrie, Andrew Madisonville, Tenn. WD 78 WD
Watts, David Cleveland, Tenn. WD 83 WD
Klinikowski, Barry Nashville, Tenn. WD WD
Golliher, Jeff Knoxville, Tenn. WD WD


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