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National Collegiate Athletic Association. National Golf Championships - Page 8. 1956 - 1970. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 30, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/984/show/952.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (1956 - 1970). National Golf Championships - Page 8. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/984/show/952

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Title National Golf Championships
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Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date 1956 - 1970
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Transcript 1958 Team Members — Frank Wharton, Jim Hiskey, Phil Rodgers, Bob Pratt, Jacky Cupit, Richard Dickson, George Sykes, David Boies (Team was undefeated.) TUCKER — New Mexico U. Golf Course, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 72 holes. Played in October of 1957, 54 holes (last 18 rained out). Jacky Cupit, 215; Frank Wharton, 216; Jim Hiskey, 221; Bob Pratt, 221. BORDER OLYMPICS — Laredo, Texas, 36 holes. Phil Rodgers, 67-70—137; Richard Dickson, 67-74—141; Frank Wharton, 72-70—142; Jim Hiskey, 72-71—143. Total of 563 (13 under par ... a new record). ALL AMERICA — Pine Forest C. C, 72 holes, Houston. Overall Champions (Jacky Cupit, David Boies, Jim Hiskey and Frank Wharton). Team Medal Play Champions — Cupit, 289; Hiskey, 296; Boies, 303; Wharton, 306. Team Low Four Ball Champions — 260 — (Cupit, Boies, Wharton and J. Hiskey.) Team Low Two Ball Champions — 275 — (Cupit, Boies). Team Match Play Champions — (Cupit, Boies, Hiskey, Wharton). BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE — Tyrell Park Golf Course, Beaumont, Texas — 36 holes. Hiskey, 136 (8 under par); Wharton, 137; Pratt, 143; and George Sykes, 148. Team total 564 (12 under par). EAST TEXAS — Jasper Country Club, Jasper, Texas, 36 holes. Pratt, 141; J. Hiskey, 142; Wharton, 142; Boies, 143; and Cupit, 145. MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE — Wichita C. C, Wichita, Kansas — 54 holes. Phil Rodgers, 215; Pratt, 216; Hiskey, 223; Wharton, 231. NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS — Taconic Golf Club, Williams- town, Mass., 36 holes. Phil Rodgers, 139; Jim Hiskey, 142; Jacky Cupit, 143; Frank Wharton, 146; Bob Pratt 146; Team total 570 (6 under par ... a new NCAA Record). FRANK WHARTON — Fall, 1954-Sprmg, 1958. Home: Dallas, Texas. Played on three National Championship teams, 1956, 1957 and 1958. Played on three Missouri Valley Conference Championship Teams, 1956, 1957, 1958. Selected on NCAA Coaches All American Team 1958 (first year All America teams were selected in golf). Won 1956 West Texas Relays. Won 1957 Border Olympics. Finished 2nd in 1956 All America and third in 1957. Finished 4th in Medal Play in NCAA in 1957. Went to Quarterfinals in NCAA in 1958. Won Texas PGA Championship with sensational eagle 2 on last hole (held an 8 iron for the deuce) in 1957. Runner-up in Tucker in fall of 1957. Played on numerous Championship Teams at UH. Member of three All America Championship Teams 1956, 1957 and 1958. JIM HISKEY — Fall, 1954-Spring, 1958. Home: Pocatello, Idaho. Member of three All America Championship Teams, 1956, 1957 and 1958. Member of three National Championship teams, 1956, 1957, 1958. Member of three Missouri Valley Conference Championship Teams 1956, 1957, 1958. Selected on NCAA Golf Coaches All America Team 1958. Won All America in 1957. Finished 3rd in Southern Intercollegiates in 1958 at Athens, Ga. Low Amateur in Tarn O'Shanter in 1957. Won Charles Saunders Award (UH Award for Sportsmanship, Leadership and Scholarship for all Senior Athletes). Won Beaumont Enterprise Intercollegiate 1958. Quarterfinal- ist in 1956 NCAA Championships. Tied for third in 1958 All America and finished 4th in 1956 All America. Placed 5th in NCAA Medal Play in 1958. Member of many UH Team Championships and won many Invitational tournaments and placed well in many tournaments such as the Trans, Southern, and State Championships. Won Idaho State Amateur and Utah State Amateur Championships while at UH. Won Idaho State Amateur Championship three straight years. PHIL RODGERS (Fall, 1956-Fall, 1958). Home: LaJolla, Calif. Won NCAA Championship in 1958. Won Missouri Valley Conference 1958. Won Border Olympics in 1958. Played in Masters while at UH. Quarterfinalist in National Amateur . . . lost to Rex Baxter. Co-Medalist in NCAA in 1958. Selected on NCAA Golf Coaches All America Team for 1958. Co-Medalist in Western Amateur 1958 (72 holes). Left to right: Jacky Cupit, Phil Rodgers, Jim Hiskey, Coach Dave Williams, Frank Wharton and Bob Pratt. 7