2011 Wednesday & Thursday Pro – Am Results
June 9, 2011 Thursday Pro – Am Results
Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn Thursday-morning Pro-Am:
- Pro: Jeff Sluman; Amateurs: Mike Gardner, Bryan Norris, Mike Murdock, Bruce Matthews – 53
2. Pro: Ronnie Black; Amateurs: Richard Krapfel, Mitch Atkinson, Alan Bohler, Jim Green – 53
3. Pro: Steve Pate; Amateurs: James Byres, Jules Leibman, Sid Levy, Rich Kelly – 54
Note: Sluman group broke the tie with an eagle on hole No. 18.
Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn Thursday-afternoon Pro-Am:
- Pro: Chein Soon Lu; Amateurs: Thomas Schram, Anc Newman, Hayes Wollen, Stephen Shuford – 52
- Pro: Dana Quigley; Amateurs: Rodney Elam, Hunter Correll, Johnny Elam, Buzzy Correll – 53
- Pro: Allen Doyle; Amateurs: Andy Rhoney, Chad East, Ron Peterson, Eric Chapman – 53
Notes: The afternoon pro-am was delayed for an hour and 10 minutes due to lightening in the area. The Quigley group broke the second-place tie with an eagle on hole No. 18.
June 8, 2011 Wednesday Pro – Am Results
Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn Wednesday-morning Pro-Am:
- Pro: Craig Stadler; Amateurs: Dale Jarrett, Glenn Jarrett, Ryan Succop, Ron Herbert – 51
- Pro: Kenny Perry; Amateurs: Benny Yount, Percy Vaughn, Scott Yount, Peter Crawford– 53
- Pro: Lee Rinker; Amateurs: Rick Whitesell, Harold Nunn, Al Goodrich, Tom Brundage – 53
Note: Perry’s group won a card playoff to finish second.
Great Grand Champions Pro-Am:
- Pro: Doug Sanders; Amateurs: Steve Hamilton, Dave Kastelic, Michael Hodges, Kirk Ward – 42
- Pro: Don January; Amateurs: Steve Leatherwood, Bob Jones, Randy Mortensen, Steve Maucieri – 42
- Pro: Bob Goalby; Amateurs: Jim Tenkate, David Schmidt, Frank Willis, Eddie Fullbright – 43
Note: Sanders group eagled hole No. 17 to break tie.
Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn Wednesday-afternoon Pro-Am:
- Pro: Chip Beck; Amateurs: Carson Robinson, Phil Carriger, Paul Hale, Eric Ryans – 52
- Pro: Jerry Pate; Amateurs: Jim Harrell, Wayne Bach, Mike Wilson, Charlie Rogers – 52
- Pro: Scott Hoch; Amateurs: Collier Hall, John Thompson, Nelson Peeler, Phillip Sweet – 53