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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS — Duke University Golf Course,
Durham, N. C, 36 holes. Kermit Zarley, 72-68—140; Mark
Hopkins, 147; Wright Garrett, 150; and Homero Blancas, 151.
BABE HISKEY — Fall, 1957-Spring, 1962. Home: Pocatello,
Idaho. Played on 1961 and 1962 All America Championship
Teams. Won Tucker Intercollegiate 1961 (fall). Runner-Up
in 1962 Border Olympics . . . shot 279 (This is still the record
... he lost in a playoff for Championship). Member of
Florida Intercollegiate Championship Team of 1961. Won
Idaho State Amateur Championship several times. Member
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FRED MARTI — Fall, 1960-Spring, 1963. Home: Baytown,
Texas. Played on 1962 and 1963 All America Championship
Teams. Won the 1962 All America. Tied for 5th in 1963 All
America. Won UH 1963 Championship. Won 1962 Memphis
Colonial in Memphis, Tenn. Selected on 1962 NCAA Golf
Coaches All America Team. Finished 3rd in 1962 Southern
Intercollegiates. Finished 3rd in 1962 Tucker Intercollegiate.
Won NCAA Long Driving Contest 1962 and 1963.
KERMIT ZARLEY — Home: Seattle, Washington. Played
on 1962 NCAA Championship Team. Played on 1962 and 1963
All America Championship Teams. Won NCAA in 1962. Runner-up Medalist in NCAA in 1963. Quarterfinalist in NCAA
m 1963. Won All America in 1963. (Holds record with 8 under par 280). Placed 4th in All America in 1962. NCAA Medalist 1962. Won Florida Intercollegiate 1962. Florida Intercollegiate Champion 1963. Won Les Bolstad 1963. Won Tuck-
5/^?a19£2 (fall)' Won Border Olympics in 1963. Selected on
NCAA Golf Coaches All American Team 1963. Won Charles
Saunders Award in 1963. (UH award for top senior Athlete
m scholarship, leadership and sportsmanship. Won Northwest Amateur and Open Championships along with Washington State Amateur Championship while in school at UH.
Won 3rd in Southern Intercollegiate 1962. Selected Most Outstanding Collegiate Player in the Country in 1963. Won 1962
f0^A-19?2 Tucker, 1963 Border Olympics, 1963 Les Bolstad,
I9bd Florida Intercollegiates, and 1963 All America Golf
Championships in succession . . . this is an all time record for
Collegiate Golf ... 5 of the 6 championships are major
tournaments. The other tournaments he played in were the
Southern in May of 1963 where he finished 3rd and the NCAA
in June where he finished 2nd in Medal Play and went to the
quarterfinals m Match Play.
Team Members — Kermit Zarley, Fred Marti, Mark
Hopkins, Wright Garrett, Harrv Toscano, Randy
Petri and Ted Hale.
tFtU£KI£R T"~U* of New Mexico Golf Course, Albuquerque,
rx Pa? 72' 72 holes' Zarley, 294; Garrett, 295; Marti, 296;
and Hopkins, 300 Team total 1185. Toscano, 304 Hale, 311.
learn Low Ball Championship — 256 (Zarley, Garrett, Marti,
Hopkins, Toscano and Ted Hale.)
BORDER OLYMPICS — Casa Blanca Country Club, Laredo,
Texas, Par 72. Zarley, 281; Hopkins, 284; Garrett, 286; and
Harry Toscano, 289. Team total 1140.
FLORIDA INTERCOLLEGIATES - Ocala Golf Course,
2%r* 5 T^' ??r 72' Zarle>T' 281; Hopkins, 284; Garrett,
284; and Randy Petri, 292. Team total 1141