Who are the best golfers in Morristown?
outdoorsman

Cicero, NY

#101 Jul 15, 2008
jim davis and oneil greene.
ernie els

Morristown, TN

#102 Jul 16, 2008
Chris Griffin and PJ ( a.k. Parker) play together . They are supposedly neck and neck and reguardless of attitudes they have to be factors in being the best in town
know

Morristown, TN

#103 Jul 16, 2008
Some of the best golfers in Morristown are....

Parker Smith
Tyler Keister
David Reed
Chris Griffen
Bobby Bray (little older, but could really play in the day)
Jimmy "Fuzz" Davis
Phillip Breeding
Tony Patterson
Mike Mills
Scott Hayes
And a couple boys from Jeff County in Peter malnati and Jonathan Hodge can swing the stick as well.
golf addict

Knoxville, TN

#104 Jul 16, 2008
George wrote:
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I have heard of this guy. He is the third best pro at the country club behind Bobby Bray and Ashli Bunch.
George,

Derek Brooks did have his card. I know him and was there when he went through q school.
JAMIE

Sevierville, TN

#105 Jul 16, 2008
ernie els wrote:
Chris Griffin and PJ ( a.k. Parker) play together . They are supposedly neck and neck and reguardless of attitudes they have to be factors in being the best in town
When you say "reguarless of attitudes", what are you meaning ? I think Chris is the BEST
Jungle Fever

United States

#106 Jul 16, 2008
Any of you idiots think that Chris Griffin can play with P.J. Smith should be committed. The best way to compare area golfers are the ones who have earned Division I golf scholarships and have started for their college teams. To my knowledge their are a few in this town who come to mind. P. J. Smith---LSU Andrew Price---University of Kentucky, Ashli Price-- Furman University, Tim Moore-- University of Tennessee/Chattanooga, Phillip Breeding- Memphis, Bobby Bray-- Tennessee, and Mike Mills- Tennessee. I am sorry that I might be missing some of the others. I do not consider anyoune that has played for Walters State as the best. However, Brad Campbell played for Walters State but could have as easily gone Division I if he had wanted to. He has to be considered easily in the top 10 in Morristown. Their are a few things that I have always heard about golf in this area. No one would ever want to play Andrew Price or P. J. Smith at the Country Club, Tim Moore at Clinchview, or Bruce Lewis at Oscar's.
JAMIE

Sevierville, TN

#107 Jul 16, 2008
Jungle Fever wrote:
Any of you idiots think that Chris Griffin can play with P.J. Smith should be committed. The best way to compare area golfers are the ones who have earned Division I golf scholarships and have started for their college teams. To my knowledge their are a few in this town who come to mind. P. J. Smith---LSU Andrew Price---University of Kentucky, Ashli Price-- Furman University, Tim Moore-- University of Tennessee/Chattanooga, Phillip Breeding- Memphis, Bobby Bray-- Tennessee, and Mike Mills- Tennessee. I am sorry that I might be missing some of the others. I do not consider anyoune that has played for Walters State as the best. However, Brad Campbell played for Walters State but could have as easily gone Division I if he had wanted to. He has to be considered easily in the top 10 in Morristown. Their are a few things that I have always heard about golf in this area. No one would ever want to play Andrew Price or P. J. Smith at the Country Club, Tim Moore at Clinchview, or Bruce Lewis at Oscar's.
Whatever!! You have no clue what you are talking about
Alex Rodriguez

United States

#108 Jul 16, 2008
I have played against Parker Smith, Tim Moore and Brad Campbell. Let me tell you that they are very good. I do not think that Andrew Price plays very much anymore (which with his talent is unfortunate) I would like to also mention a few names which have not been mentioned lately or at all-- Bob Vick, Mike Bunch, Terry Ball and Jamie Elliott. They are also very good. The only problem with Ball is that he will tell you how good he as would Chris Griffin.
Lousyplayer

Jefferson City, TN

#109 Jul 16, 2008
I hate to be so philosophical, but who gives a rat's arse who the best player in Morristown Tennessee is? With golf, the #1 today might be # 4 next Wednesday. Let's go back to the golf channel...or the 19th hole.
And Alex, how was the Material Girl?
Alex Rodriguez

United States

#110 Jul 16, 2008
The Material Girl was just like she said--"Like A Virgin".I had to teach her about how to treat a Latin Lover. She said that Jose Canseco, Vanilla Ice, and Dennis Rodman could only dream about pleasing her like I did. Also, if you did not care about golf then why are you responding on this post. This is only for people who can really stroke the ball or balls like Mrs. Madonna Cicero.
jerry ensley

Morristown, TN

#111 Jul 16, 2008
Jungle Fever wrote:
Any of you idiots think that Chris Griffin can play with P.J. Smith should be committed. The best way to compare area golfers are the ones who have earned Division I golf scholarships and have started for their college teams. To my knowledge their are a few in this town who come to mind. P. J. Smith---LSU Andrew Price---University of Kentucky, Ashli Price-- Furman University, Tim Moore-- University of Tennessee/Chattanooga, Phillip Breeding- Memphis, Bobby Bray-- Tennessee, and Mike Mills- Tennessee. I am sorry that I might be missing some of the others. I do not consider anyoune that has played for Walters State as the best. However, Brad Campbell played for Walters State but could have as easily gone Division I if he had wanted to. He has to be considered easily in the top 10 in Morristown. Their are a few things that I have always heard about golf in this area. No one would ever want to play Andrew Price or P. J. Smith at the Country Club, Tim Moore at Clinchview, or Bruce Lewis at Oscar's.
I am sure it would make a difference playing someone on the course they grew up on from a very young age as the last four you mentioned did. My son, Jason, who grew up with Andrew during their very early years, use to tell me that Andrew would play at the Country Club by himself in the winter time with snow on the ground. He would play with colored balls to better keep up with them. I guess that is what you called dedication to your game and for someone as young as Andrew was during that time was unusual to say the least.
George

Morristown, TN

#112 Jul 16, 2008
golf addict wrote:
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George,
Derek Brooks did have his card. I know him and was there when he went through q school.
Sorry addict, the only card Derek had was a library card.
Interested

Hermitage, TN

#113 Jul 16, 2008
JAMIE wrote:
<quoted text> Whatever!! You have no clue what you are talking about
i dont know if it matters but griffen played on the nike tour for 3 years
George

Morristown, TN

#114 Jul 16, 2008
Alex Rodriguez wrote:
I have played against Parker Smith, Tim Moore and Brad Campbell. Let me tell you that they are very good. I do not think that Andrew Price plays very much anymore (which with his talent is unfortunate) I would like to also mention a few names which have not been mentioned lately or at all-- Bob Vick, Mike Bunch, Terry Ball and Jamie Elliott. They are also very good. The only problem with Ball is that he will tell you how good he as would Chris Griffin.
A Rod,
Great Post
McLovin

Morristown, TN

#115 Jul 16, 2008
Interested wrote:
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i dont know if it matters but griffen played on the nike tour for 3 years
I am a 14 handicap and would play this griffen.
Interested

Hermitage, TN

#116 Jul 16, 2008
McLovin wrote:
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I am a 14 handicap and would play this griffen.
go to the pro shop and talk to him im sure he will play you
McLovin

Morristown, TN

#117 Jul 16, 2008
Jungle Fever wrote:
Any of you idiots think that Chris Griffin can play with P.J. Smith should be committed. The best way to compare area golfers are the ones who have earned Division I golf scholarships and have started for their college teams. To my knowledge their are a few in this town who come to mind. P. J. Smith---LSU Andrew Price---University of Kentucky, Ashli Price-- Furman University, Tim Moore-- University of Tennessee/Chattanooga, Phillip Breeding- Memphis, Bobby Bray-- Tennessee, and Mike Mills- Tennessee. I am sorry that I might be missing some of the others. I do not consider anyoune that has played for Walters State as the best. However, Brad Campbell played for Walters State but could have as easily gone Division I if he had wanted to. He has to be considered easily in the top 10 in Morristown. Their are a few things that I have always heard about golf in this area. No one would ever want to play Andrew Price or P. J. Smith at the Country Club, Tim Moore at Clinchview, or Bruce Lewis at Oscar's.
Jungle fever,

agree with everything except tim moore
McLovin

Morristown, TN

#118 Jul 16, 2008
JAMIE wrote:
<quoted text> Whatever!! You have no clue what you are talking about
How is fantasy land? Have you ever seen anyone play golf before?
Millstone Man

United States

#119 Jul 16, 2008
Yeah,Show me proof of any money list that shows how much money he won while he was on this tour. Also,what years did he play on the Nike Tour.

Since: Dec 07

Morristown

#120 Jul 16, 2008
I've heard Griffin's talk of his tour days. Couldn't see it in his game though.

Anyone remember Dickie Morgan...Frank Conder?

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