Pairings Set For Brainerd Invitational

Thursday, August 7, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

The pairings have been set for this weekend's Brainerd Invitational at the Brainerd Golf Course.

The popular tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday.

2014 Brainerd Invitational

Saturday, August 9

#1 Tee

1

8:00

Lambert, John (S)

Hufstetler, Mitch (S)

Moffitt, Walt

2

8:11

Estes, Jordan

Burke, David

Gary, Bob (ST)

3

8:22

Jenkins, Mike (S)

Moreland, Todd

Spitalny, Phil

4

8:33

Hulton, Ryan

Beck, Brad

Baldwin, Jerod

5

8:44

Greeson, Jeff

Crowder, Matt

Watts, David

6

9:00

Pickett, Rusty

Henley, Brent

Markham, Joe

7

9:11

Granato, Mike (SS)

Baird, Tom (S)

Spitalny, Neil (S)

8

9:22

Baker, Tim (ST)

Myers, Tom (ST)

Clark, Harold (S)

9

9:33

Baker, Joshua

Cox, Ryan

Ellis, Jimmy

10

9:44

Manuel, Wil

Lansigan, Gene

Covington, Will

11

10:00

Mabry, Coy

Pierce, John

Schreiner, Tom

12

10:11

Nelson, Jared

Bombassi, Zac

Gleeson, Danny

13

10:22

Schmidt, Chris

Gilliland, Wes (S)

McKenna, David (S)

14

10:33

Godfrey, Cody

Vidrine, Keoni

White III, Jimmy

15

10:44

Law, Ronnie (S)

Crawford, Rick (S)

Foster, George (S)

16

11:00

Branton, Chad

Walker, David

Mansfield, Trent

17

11:11

Almond, Sport

Hayes, Thomas

Rebne, Benjamin

18

11:22

Cate, David (ST)

Gannaway, Jeremy (ST)

Lee, Kenny (ST)

19

11:33

Mixson, Mike (ST)

Siniard, Ronnie (ST)

Sachse, Bill (ST)

20

11:44

Baird, Alan (ST)

Priyank, Patel

Hollowell, Frank (S)

21

12:00

Keene, Richard

Hall, Chris

James, Brent (ST)

22

12:11

Sandlin, Will

Ramsay, Charlie

Thompson, Ryne

23

12:22

Casper, Tony (SS)

Palmer, Mike (SS)

White, Jack (SS)

24

12:33

Killen, Logan

Willerson, Jared

White, John

25

12:44

Robertson, Matt

Hadden, Matt

Arnold, Dee

S = Senior

ST = Stableford

SS = Super Senior

(White tees)

(White tees)

(Gold tees)


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