partlycloudy
Tuesday November 21st, 2017 2:31PM

Williams defends City Championship title

By AccessWDUN

GAINESVILLE — Former Gainesville High standout Nathan Williams fired a final round 67 to win the 2017 City Championship at Chattahoochee Golf Course on Sunday.

Williams, the defending Champion from 2016. finished with a 54-hole total was 208, 8-under par to outdistance Matt Elliott by two strokes (210, 6-under). Elliott also shot 67 on the final day. Current Gainesville standout Ryan Hogan charged from the middle of the pack on the final day carding a 70 to take third over another former Gainesville standout Pep Brown, who finished fourth at 2-over 218.

In other action, Jeff Waggoner won the net division of the Championship flight posting a net 212, 4-under par.

Mike Smith shot a second round 78 (150) to win the 1st flight by a five-shot margin over Keith Morris (155). John Wright and Jay Jacobs finished tied at 158, and Wright was awarded third place by a score card playoff.

In the 2nd flight, John Yarger and Will Hicks were tied after 36 holes with 155. Yarger won the flight after the first hole of a sudden death playoff. Jeff Stowe was two shots back in 3rd place.

Steve Hollis claimed the title in the 3rd flight with a 36 hole total of 162. John Payne was two shots back in second place. Chad Pierce was the net winner of the 3rd flight at 138.

  • Associated Categories: Sports
© Copyright 2017 AccessWDUN.com
All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.
Williams defends City Championship title
Former Gainesville High standout Nathan Williams fired a final round 67 to win the 2017 City Championship at Chattahoochee Golf Course on Sunday...
9:59AM ( 11 minutes ago )
Two-a-Days: Johnson showing plenty of resilience, determination
A return to a region schedule proved tough for the Knights, as they jumped into a league that included plenty of powers, including a dominant Buford, and finished 0-10. But Johnson is working hard to fire back from that campaign...
7:25AM ( 2 hours ago )
Truex runs third on a day that could have been better
For Coors Light Pole winner Martin Truex, Jr., Sunday’s Overton’s 301 had a similar feel to the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team’s dominating run last weekend at Kentucky—at least for a while.
6:00AM ( 4 hours ago )
Sports
Two-a-Days: Johnson showing plenty of resilience, determination
A return to a region schedule proved tough for the Knights, as they jumped into a league that included plenty of powers, including a dominant Buford, and finished 0-10. But Johnson is working hard to fire back from that campaign...
7:25AM ( 2 hours ago )
Truex runs third on a day that could have been better
For Coors Light Pole winner Martin Truex, Jr., Sunday’s Overton’s 301 had a similar feel to the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team’s dominating run last weekend at Kentucky—at least for a while.
By Reid Spencer-NASCAR Wire Service
6:00AM ( 4 hours ago )
Hamlin breaks drought with New Hampshire victory
The relief was palpable. In a thrilling finish fraught with suspense, and in a backup car after a Friday crash in practice, Denny Hamlin held off a charging Kyle Larson to win the Overton’s 301...
By Reid Spencer-NASCAR Wire Service
1:31AM ( 8 hours ago )
Kemp's HR, Phillips' 3 doubles lead Braves past Arizona 7-1
For the first time in three months, the Atlanta Braves are a .500 team. They know more work must be done to join Arizona in the NL wild-card race.
10:10PM ( 12 hours ago )
Two-a-Days: New-look Jefferson looks to replace to huge OL holes
Jefferson will come into the 2017 season with one of the state’s most dynamic running backs in Colby Wood, but will also face several key questions along the always-important line-of-scrimmage after the graduation of Division I players Caleb Chandler and Dontae Wilson...
4:00PM ( 18 hours ago )