2018 Birmingham

Final Results

Sam Love
Hunter Hamrick
Scott Strohmeyer
Wilson McDonald
Bo Hayes
Jeff Curl
Will Cannon
Jake Tucker
Sylas  Elliott
Jared Bettcher
Jay McLuen
Zach Portemont
Forest Knight
Joe Kruse
Kyle Sapp
Justin Estes

65
65
66
64
63
66
67
68
67
66
68
64
66
71
79
70

60
66
66
66
65
70
72
67
68
73
68
69
71
70
71
78

70
65
64
67
70
68
65
69
70
68
71
77
74
76
68
79

195
196
196
197
198
204
204
204
205
207
207
210
211
217
218
227

$5,000
$1,500
$1,500
$1,000
$800












Trussville AL
Montgomery AL
Auburn AL
Birmingham AL
Gadsden AL
Birmingham AL
Hoover AL
Cullman AL
Cullman AL
Auburn AL
Forsyth GA
Daphne AL
Jemison AL
Calera AL
Gardendale AL
Smyrna GA

Sam Love - Winner


Team Scores

Scott Strohmeyer
Del Clayton
Tim Thompson
Herbert Herrera

Wilson McDonald
Dusty Ellison
Bellaire Riley

Jared Bettcher
Terry Byrd
Michael Albritton
Steve Sorrell

Will Cannon
Eugene Richmond
Greg Farrell
Randy Smith

Hunter Hamrick
Tragg Tew
Jeremy Clark
Brandon Williams

Sam Love
Robert Corley
Scott Brasfield
Mark Hughes

Forest Knight
Kent Jones
Jerry Wilson
Tery Byrd

Jeff Curl
Sylas Elliott
Bo Hayes

Jay McLuen
Zach Portemont
Jake Tucker

Kyle Sapp
Joe Kruse
Justin Estes







123



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124




117




124




128






Winning Pro Am Team
Trahi Tew • Jeremy Clark • Hunter Hamrick • Brandon Williams 

Second Place Pro Am Team

2018 Birmingham
Timberline Country Club - Calera, AL
August 22-24, 2018


Sam Love Hangs On For Win at Timberline!!!

















Sam Love had a opening round 65 which was two strokes back of first round leader Bo Hayes who opened with a 63. In the second round Love got hot as he made 11 birdies and had no bogies and shot a 60 on the Par 71Timberline course. It was a course record for Timberline and a Emerald Coast Tour record. The previous low round on the tour was 61 held by Steve Ford which he shot at Panama Country Club and Joe Hamorski who shot 61 at Bluewater Bay in Niceville FL. 

Love started the final round with a three shot lead over Hayes and a five shot lead over Wilson McDonald. McDonald started making some noise on the back nine as he made five birdies to get to 7 under for the day and was tied with Love for the tournament going into 17. After a triple bogey there McDonald would end up finishing two back. Two group in fronts Hunter Hamrick and Scott Strohmeyer were making a charge of their own. Hamrick shot 65 to finish at 17 under for the tournament and Strohmeyer had a final round 64 to tie Hamrick. They both finished one stroke back of Love as he bogied 18 to finish at 18 under for the tournament. Bo Hayes finished fifth at 15 under.

The Pro Am was won by Hunter Hamrick, Tragg Tew, Jeremy Clark, and Brandon Williams.

The event was great and a special thanks  to Blake Dickenson and host professional Joe Kruse and the entire Timberline staff for hosting the event and the great hospitality.