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National Collegiate Athletic Association. National Golf Championships - Page 25. 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/969.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (1956 - 1970). National Golf Championships - Page 25. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/984/show/969

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Title National Golf Championships
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date 1956 - 1970
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Transcript 1965 TUCKER CHAMPIONS Standing: Mike Wynn, Marty Fleckman, Jerry Barrier. Kneeling: Elwin Fanning, Bob Bourne, Hal Underwood. JIM GRANT — Fall, 1961-Spring, 1966. Home: Weathers- field, Conn. Played on three National Championship Teams 1964. 1965 and 1966. Played on two All America Championship Teams 1965 and 1966. Won All America in 1965. Runner- up in 1966 All America. Runner-up in Insurance Open (Hartford, Conn.) to Ken Venturi by one shot in 1965 and finished 4th in 1966. Won Lake Charles Intercollegiates in 1964 and 1965. Runner-up in Eastern Amateur 1965. Won New England Amateur and was also Medalist in 1965. Finished 5th or 6th in National Amateur in 1965. Played on Walker Cup team in 1966. Low amateur in 1966 Masters. Third in 1965 Tucker. Played on many Championship teams at UH. Finished in top ten in NCAA in 1965. 1966 Team Members — Marty Fleckman, Jim Grant, Elwin Fanning, Hal Underwood, Mike Mitchell, Bob Bourne, Mike Wynn and Jerry Barrier. (Undefeated Team.) TUCKER — New Mexico U. Golf Course, Albuquerque, N. M. 72 holes. Bob Bourne, 294; Mike Wynn, 298; Jerry Barrier, 299; and Elwin Fanning, 300. Total 1191. EL DORADO — El Dorado Golf Club, Houston, 36 holes. Mike Wynn, 146; Hal Underwood, 148; Jerry Barrier, 149; and Bob Bourne, 149. Total 591. ATASCOCITA — Atascocita Country Club, Houston, 54 holes (5 man team). Marty Fleckman, 222; Mike Mitchell, 222; Elwin Fanning, 226; Jim Grant, 231; Jerry Barrier, 233. Total 1134. Team Finished 1-2-3-4. BORDER OLYMPICS — Laredo, Texas, 72 holes. Fleckman, 284; Underwood, 285; Grant, 286; and Mike. Mitchell, 289. Total, 1144. Team finished 1-2-3-4 individually.. LAKE CHARLES — Lake Charles C. C, Lake Charles, La. 54 holes. Hal Underwood, 212; Elwin Fanning, 217; Marty Fleckman, 218; and Jim Grant, 220. Total 867. LES BOLSTAD — Atascocita C. C, Houston, 54 holes (6 man team). Hal Underwood, 66-75-67—208 (all time record); Mike Mitchell, 212, Elwin Fanning, 214; Jim Grant, 216; Marty Fleckman, 223; and Mike Wynn, 224. Total 1297. ALL AMERICA — Pine Forest C. C, Houston, 72 holes. Over-all Champions — Grant, Underwood, Mitchell, and Fleckman. Marty Fleckman and Byron Nelson after the third round of the 1967 National Open. Marty was in the lead. Match Play Champions — Grant, Fleckman, Underwood, and Mitchell. Low Four Fall Champions — 251 — Grant, Underwood, Mitchell and Fleckman. Low Two Ball Champions — 267—Fleckman and Underwood. Medal Play Champions — Grant, 288; Underwood, 290; Mitchell, 293; and Fleckman, 296. Total 1167. SUN DEVIL — Mesa, Arizona — 54 holes, (5 man team). Underwood, 210; Fleckman, 210; Fanning, 213; Mitchell, 213; Grant, 216. Total 1062. NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS — Stanford U. Golf Course, Palo Alto, Calif. 36 holes for Team. Marty Fleckman, 143; Hal Underwood, 143; Elwin Fanning, 147; Jim Grant, 149. Total Ooo. 1967 Team Members — Hal Underwood, Doug Olson, Bob Barbarossa, Tom Wright, Mike Mitchell, Martin Warnica, Elwin Fanning, Larry White, Tim Leslie, Jon Cutshall, Dan Scott, James Herring, Ken Newell. The 1965, 1966 and 1967 Team defeated 292 teams in a 24