Greer Wins Mid-Amateur In Playoff

Saturday, August 30, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Knoxville's Ryan Greer defeated Franklin's Kevin Watford in a playoff Friday and won the 27th Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship at The Honors Course.

Greer and Watford each finished at 212, with Greer winning with a par on the first hole of sudden death.

Nashville's Craig Smith and Memphis' Matt Cooper finished in a tie at 214.

27th Annual Tennessee Mid-Amateur Championship
Updated: 8/30/2014 9:00 AM EDT

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T1 Greer, Ryan Knoxville, Tenn. -1 F -4 74 67 71 212
T1 Watford, Kevin Franklin, Tenn. +2 F -4 69 69 74 212
T3 Smith, Craig Nashville, Tenn. -3 F -2 69 76 69 214
T3 Cooper, Matt Memphis, Tenn. -3 F -2 72 73 69 214
5 Jackson, Tim Germantown, Tenn. +2 F -1 70 71 74 215
T6 Burgan, Todd Powell, Tenn. Even F +2 74 72 72 218
T6 Kammann, Scott Knoxville, Tenn. +1 F +2 68 77 73 218
8 Custer, Zach Gallatin, Tenn. +1 F +4 74 73 73 220
T9 Houston, Chris Cordova, Tenn. -2 F +5 78 73 70 221
T9 Nelms, Josh Hixson, Tenn. -2 F +5 75 76 70 221
T9 Garland, Rob Nashville, Tenn. +1 F +5 75 73 73 221
T9 Burch III, John Nashville, Tenn. +1 F +5 78 70 73 221
T9 Rochelle, Corey Lawrenceburg, Tenn. +2 F +5 71 76 74 221
T9 Williams, Wes Kingston Springs, Tenn. +2 F +5 76 71 74 221
15 Crockett, Dan Franklin, Tenn. +6 F +7 73 72 78 223
T16 Campbell, Brad Morristown, Tenn. +2 F +8 78 72 74 224
T16 Cissom, Brandon Cleveland, Tenn. +2 F +8 75 75 74 224
18 Loudermilk, Robert Brentwood, Tenn. +6 F +9 71 76 78 225
T19 Floyd, Cole Hendersonville, Tenn. +3 F +10 74 77 75 226
T19 Lee, Philip Nashville, Tenn. +5 F +10 73 76 77 226
T19 McElhaney, Craig Nashville, Tenn. +5 F +10 71 78 77 226
T19 Holwerda, Jason Franklin, Tenn. +5 F +10 73 76 77 226
T23 Rand, Patrick Nashville, Tenn. +3 F +11 76 76 75 227
T23 Dallas, Jason Memphis, Tenn. +5 F +11 74 76 77 227
T23 Blakely, Nick Nashville, Tenn. +5 F +11 69 81 77 227
T26 Morton, Ray Lenoir City, Tenn. +5 F +12 77 74 77 228
T26 Williams, Patrick Hixson, Tenn. +5 F +12 75 76 77 228
T26 Spannuth, Wes Hendersonville, Tenn. +6 F +12 75 75 78 228
T26 Guinn, Greg Clarksville, Tenn. +7 F +12 74 75 79 228
T30 Spangler Jr, Richard Hixson, Tenn. +7 F +14 77 74 79 230
T30 Lanning, Chris Lavergne, Tenn. +7 F +14 73 78 79 230
T30 Wellons, Bill Franklin, Tenn. +9 F +14 74 75 81 230
T30 Brown, Billy Nashville, Tenn. +10 F +14 75 73 82 230
T34 Hayworth, Kyle Nashville, Tenn. +8 F +16 75 77 80 232
T34 Keene, Richard Chattanooga, Tenn. +10 F +16 78 72 82 232
36 McMasters, Justin Paris, Tenn. +10 F +18 74 78 82 234
37 Cooper, Donnie Knoxville, Tenn. +15 F +23 79 73 87 239
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
Davis, Tanner Gray, Tenn. 78 76
Rice, Bob Pikeville , Tenn. 77 77
Schmidt, Chris Hixson, Tenn. 82 72
Largent, Lawrence Kingsport, Tenn. 80 74
Sciortino, David Franklin, Tenn. 76 78
Davis, Tory Gray, Tenn. 78 76
Barnes, Brad Nashville, Tenn. 77 78
Reuter, Jeff Jackson, Tenn. 76 79
Robertson, Matt Chattanooga, Tenn. 74 81
Nail, Davis Nashville, Tenn. 79 76
Binkley, Kyle White House, Tenn. 75 80
Davis, Brandon Ooltewah, Tenn. 81 74
Bauchiero, Rob Nashville, Tenn. 78 77
Richardson, Tim Cookeville, Tenn. 81 74
Surati, Vrushank Brentwood, Tenn. 81 75
Schreiner, Tom Chattanooga, Tenn. 81 75
Maxwell, Lee Cookeville, Tenn. 77 79
Smith, Scott Knoxville, Tenn. 81 75
Tabor, Lucas White Pine, Tenn. 80 76
Whittemore, Madison Brentwood, Tenn. 77 79
Golliher, Steve Knoxville, Tenn. 77 79
Fossick, Lance Nashville, Tenn. 79 78
Korth, Wes Cookeville, Tenn. 79 79
Dent, Ryan Franklin, Tenn. 81 77
Moffitt, Walt Chattanooga, Tenn. 78 80
Personius, Jason Mount Juliet, Tenn. 80 78
Barron, Grant Gallatin, Tenn. 77 81
Poe, Mike Athens, Tenn. 83 75
May, Charles Nashville, Tenn. 78 81
Flegel, Josh Hermitage, Tenn. 80 79
Hibbett, Tripp Santa Fe, Tenn. 84 75
Atkeison, Mike Somerville, Tenn. 78 81
Bailey, John Nashville, Tenn. 82 77
Wheeler, Dale Crossville, Tenn. 75 84
Richardson, Joey Murfreesboro, Tenn. 79 80
Moore, Trey Nashville, Tenn. 80 80
Spitalny, Neil Chattanooga, Tenn. 78 82
Lee, Ken Manchester, Tenn. 81 80
Tursky, Brad Jackson, Tenn. 83 78
Jacobs, Ryan Nashville, Tenn. 77 84
Nichols, Greg Sevierville, Tenn. 81 80
Davis, Dustin Kodak, Tenn. 82 80
Lambert, John Hixson, Tenn. 81 81
Howard, Jeff Jasper, Tenn. 75 88
Thompson, Tyler Memphis, Tenn. 82 81
Hillenmeyer, Taylor Nashville, Tenn. 79 84
Goodrich, Warren Brentwood, Tenn. 80 83
Gray, Toby Nashville, Tenn. 81 82
Jenkins, Mike Chattanooga, Tenn. 81 83
Baird, Tom Signal Mountain, Tenn. 79 85
Tankersley, Mike Lewisburg, Tenn. 81 83
Bowlin, Donnie Franklin, Tenn. 88 76
Yoder, Randall Chattanooga, Tenn. 81 84
Songstad, Randy Cordova, Tenn. 83 82
McDonald, Erin Memphis, Tenn. 85 80
Pesterfield, Brad Maryville, Tenn. 83 82
McCulloch, David Knoxville, Tenn. 81 84
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
Green, Tony Kingsport, Tenn. DQ 78 DQ
Guthrie, Andrew Madisonville, Tenn. WD 78 WD
Watts, David Cleveland, Tenn. WD 83 WD
Golliher, Jeff Knoxville, Tenn. WD WD
Klinikowski, Barry Nashville, Tenn. WD WD

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