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National Collegiate Athletic Association. National Golf Championships - Page 30. 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/974.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (1956 - 1970). National Golf Championships - Page 30. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/984/show/974

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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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  • Golf
  • College sports
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
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  • programs (documents)
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Transcript Bob Barbarossa's famous 60 foot trap shot to within 1 foot of the pin during the 1969 All America. The Cougars won the tournament by one shot. Bruce Ashworth also got his birdie on the last hole by getting it up and down from about 80 feet. LARRY WHITE — Fall, 1965-Spring, 1969. Home: Chattanooga, Tenn. Played on Northern Intercollegiate Championship Team. Won L. R. Goldman Intercollegiate in 1969. Won Tennessee State Amateur two years while in school. Member of El Dorado Championship Team in 1966 (fall). TOM WRIGHT — Fall, 1965-Spring, 1969. Home: Fort Worth, Texas. Played on 1967 National Championship Team. Won Sun Devil Intercollegiate in 1968. Member of El Dorado 1967 (fall) Championship Team. Member of Tucker Championship Team 1967 (fall). Runner-up in Tucker in 1968 (fall). Runner-up in LSU Intercollegiate 1967 (lost in playoff). Runner-up in 1967 Morris Williams Intercollegiate in Austin, Texas (lost in playoff). Member of LSU and Morris Williams Championship Teams in 1967. Member of 1967 Sun Devil Championship Team. Runner-up in Texas Amateur in 1968. Member of New Mexico State Championship Team in 1968. BOB BARBAROSSA — Fall, 1965-Spring, 1969. Home: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Played on two National Championship Teams 1967 and 1969. Played on two All America Championship Teams 1967 and 1969. Played on more Championship Teams than any other collegiate in history — 40 (67-69). Tied for 2nd in 1969 NCAA Championships. Won Lake Charles Intercollegiate 1967. Won Atascocita in 1967. Won El Dorado in 1987 (fall). Won Bill Shelton in 1967 (fall). Won Les Bolstad in 1968. Won Bill Shelton in 1968 (fall). Won Forest Cove in 1968 (fall). Placed 4th in 1967 All America. Placed 4th in 1968 All America. Placed 5th in 1969 All America. Selected on World Cup Team in 1969. Selected on Walker Cup Team 1969. Placed 5th in 1969 National Amateur. Medalist in Western Amateur 1969 (72 holes). Won 1969 Eastern Amateur. Runner-up in Porter Cup in 1968. Runner-up in 1968 Southern Amateur. Won Southeastern Amateur 1969 . . . was runner-up in 1968. Selected on NCAA Golf Coaches All American Team 1968 and 1969. Co-Champion of UH School Tournament in 1969. Runner-up in several Intercollegiate Championships. Won PGA qualifying for the PGA Tour in 1970. Played in 1969 Masters. DOUG OLSON — Fall, 1965-Spring, 1969. Home: Medford, Oregon. Played on two National Championship Teams, 1967 and 1969. Played on two All America Championship Teams, 1967 and 1969. Won Tucker in 1966 (fall). Won Atascocita in 1968. Won Lake Charles in 1968. Won Border Olympics in 1969 . . . shot 270 (10 under) record still stands. Played on 36 Team Championship Teams (ranks 3rd in all time team championships). Won PGA Qualifying for PGA Tour in 1969. Won Oregon State Amateur and many other big tournaments in Northwest. Won 7th in National Amateur in 1967. Played in 1968 Masters. Finished 2nd in many Collegiate Tournaments. Finished in a tie for 8th in the 1967 NCAA. Finished in top ten in NCAA in 1969. Finished 5th in 1968 All America. Finished 4th in 1969 All America. CoChampion of UH School Tournament 1969. JIM BARKER — Fall, 1966-Spring, 1969. Home: San Antonio, Texas. Played on L. R. Goldman Championship Team 1969. Played on Atascocita Championship Team in 1969. Won San Antonio City Championship two years. Member of 1969 Border Olympics Championship Team. MARTIN WARNICA — Fall, 1965-Spring, 1969. Home: Corpus Christi, Texas. Won El Dorado Intercollegiate in 1966 (fall). Member of 1966 and 1967 El Dorado Championship Teams. Member of L. R. Goldman Championship Team 1968. Member of LSU Intercollegiate Championship Team in 1967. Member of 1967 (fall) Bill Shelton Championship Team. Member of Sun Devil Championship Team of 1967. Member of Forest Cove Championship Team of 1967. 29