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National Collegiate Athletic Association. National Golf Championships - Page 35. 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/979.

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Title National Golf Championships
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Date 1956 - 1970
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Transcript Brady Miller and Bruce Lietzke GUY SAVAGE — Atascocita C. C, Houston, 54 holes. Ashworth, 212; DeLoach, 215; McLean, 216; Mills, 216, Russell, 217. Total 1076. STERLING HOGAN, JR. — Forest Cove C. C, Humble, Texas. 54 holes (low 5 scores). McLean, 209 (7 under par, new record); Bill Rogers, 215; Mills, 217; Stencik, 221, Russell, 224. Total 1086. Greg Trompas, 225. CENTENARY — Shreveport C. C, Shreveport, La. 54 holes (low 6 scores). Mills, 213; McLean, 215; DeLoach, 219; Jenkins, 220; Ashworth, 222; Rogers, 224; Kovar, 226. Total 1313. ED SEHL — River Plantation C. C, Conroe, Texas. 36 holes (low 5 scores). DeLoach, 141; Lietzke, 144; Ashworth, 147; Jenkins, 148; Lee, 152; Rogers, 152. Total 732. TUCKER — New Mexico U. Golf Course. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 72 holes. Lietzke, 298; DeLoach, 299, McLean, 301; Ashworth, 304. Total 1202. LSU — LSU Golf Course, Baton Rouge, La. 72 holes (low 5 scores). McLean, 282; DeLoach 284; Jenkins, 290; Lietzke, 291; Mills, 292. Total 1439 (new record). DICK FORESTER — Bear Creek Golf Course. Houston. 54 holes. DeLoach, 212; Jenkins, 213; Ashworth, 213; McLean, 214; Lietzke, 219. Total 1071. BILL SHELTON — Atasco-ita C. C, Houston. 54 holes. Ashworth, 212; McLean, 212; DeLoach, 213; Jenkins, 219; Mills, 231. Total 1087. FOREST COVE — Forest Cove C. C, Humble, Texas. 54 holes. Mills, 205 (11 under par, new record); DeLoach, 207; Ashworth, 209; Jenkins, 209; Russell, 220. Total 1050 (new record). ATASCOCITA — Atascocita C. C, Houston. 54 holes (low 8 scores). Russell, 214; DeLoach, 215; Jenkins, 222; Ashworth, 222, Mills, 223; Cameron, 223; McLean 224; Belden, 226. Total 1769 (new record). L. R. GOLDMAN — El Dorado Golf Club. 54 holes (low 6 scores). Jenkins, 216; Ashworth, 218; DeLoach, 218; McLean, 222; Mills, 223; Lietzke, 225. Total 1322 (new record). INWOOD FOREST — Inwood Forest C. C, Houston. 36 holes (low 6 scores). Jenkins, 137 (7 under par, new record); DeLoach, 144; Ashworth, 144; Mills, 146; Lietzke, 148; McLean, 150. Total 869. BORDER OLYMPICS — Casa Blancas Golf Course, Laredo, Texas. 72 holes. Ashworth, 288; Lietzke, 288; Jenkins, 290; DeLoach, 290. Total 1156. LES BOLSTAD — Atascocita C. C, Houston. 54 holes (low 5 scores). Jenkins, 218; McLean, 225; DeLoach, 226; Ashworth, 231; Lietzke, 232. Total 1132. EL DORADO — El Dorado Golf Club Houston (low 5 scores). Jenkins, 211; Mills, 214; McLean, 216; Ashworth, 222; Lietzke, 224. Total 1087. RICE — El Dcrado Golf Club River Plantation C. C. and Paranoma Golf Club. Lietzke, 213; Jenkins, 216; DeLoach, 222; Ashworth, 222. Total 873. JOHNNY GOYEN — Atascocita C. C, Houston. 36 holes (low 5 scores). Miller, 141; Stencik, 143; Ashworth, 144; Jenkins, 144; DeLoach, 148; Mills, 148. Total 720. CAPE CORAL — Cape Coral C. C, Cape Coral, Florida. 72 holes (low 5 scores after each round). Mills, 279; (9 under par, new record); Jenkins, 282; Ashworth, 286; Lietzke, 288; DeLoach, 289; McLean, 290. Total 1124 (28 under par, new record). Team set a National Record by winning 18 tournaments in one year. JOHN GRACE — Fall, 1967-Spring, 1971. Home: Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Played on 1970 Atascocita Championship Team. Played on Morris Williams Championship Team in 1970. Won Michigan State Amateur 1969 and 1971. Member of Bill Shelton Championship Team 1969(fall). BOBBY WALZEL — Fall, 1967-Spring, 1971. Home: Houston, Texas. Member of 1969 Border Olympics hampionship Team. Member of 1969 Atascocita Championship Team. Member of Forest Cove Championship Team of 1968. Member of 1969 El Dorado Intercollegiate Championship Team. Member of Lake Charles 1969 Championship Team. Member of LSU Championship Team 1969. Member of 1968 and 1969 Bill Shelton Championship Teams. Runner-up in Texas Amateur in 1969 and finished third in 1968. Runner-up in Sterling Hogan Championship of 1970. TOM JENKINS — Fall, 3966-Spring, 1971. Home: Houston, Texas. Played on 1970 NCAA Championship Team. Selected on 1971 All American Team by NCAA Golf Coaches in 1971. Won UH School Tournament 1971. Finished 3rd in 1970 All America. Won Forest Cove Championship in 1969 (fall). Won Inwood Forpst in 1971. Won Les Bolstad in 1971. Runner-up in Cape Coral Championship in Florida in 1971. Runner-up in L. R. Goldman in 1970 and 1971. Runner-up in Rice Intercollegiate in 1971. Runner-up in Bill Shelton in 1969. Runner-up in Atascocita in 1970. Member of numerous Championship Teams in 1970 and 1971. BRUCE ASHWORTH — Fall, 1967-Spring, 1971. Home: Las Vegas, Nevada. Played on two National Championship Teams in 1969 and 1970. Played on All America Championship Team in 1970. Selected on NCAA Golf Coaches All American Team in 1970. Played on 47 Championship Teams (national record). Won Texas Amateur in 1969. Runner-up in Eastern Amateur in 1970. Semifinalist in Western Amateur in 1969. Won Southwestern Amateur in 1970 and was runner-up in 1969. Won Morris Williams in 1970. Won Guy Savage Intercollegiate in 1969 and 1970. Won El Dorado in 1969. Won Les Bolstad in 1970. Runner-up in L. R. Goldman in 1970. Runner-up in Lake Charles 1969. Won UH School Tournament in 1970. Won Nevada State Amateur two or three times. Finished 10th in 1970 National Amateur. JOE STENCIK — Fall, 1969-Spring, 1971. Home: Plains, Pa. Transferred from Orlando Jr. College in Florida. Won LSU at New Orleans Intercollegiate 1969 (fall). Won Centenary Intercollegiate 3 969 (fall). Member of Sterling Hogan, El Dorado, LSU of New Orleans, Centenary, Bill Shelton Team Championships in 1969. Member of L. R. Goldman, Sterling Hogan and Atascocita Team Championships in 1970. Member of 1971 Johnny Goyen Intercollegiate Championship Team. 34