Clipped From The Daily News
Curl leads Indian golf classic SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Professional Professional Rod Curl took a six-stroke lead into the second round Saturday of the World Indian Open Golf Tournament. Curl, from Redding, Calif., shot an opening round 67 on Friday. He is described by a tournament spokesman as "the only full-blooded Indian on the professional golf tour." Participants in this 54-hole tournament must be at least one-fourth Indian. Trailing Curl was Al Estimo of Yakima, Wash., who shot a 73. He was .followed at 74 by Rick Mojado of Salt Lake City and Floyd James of Clarkdale, Ariz. Tied for fourth eight stokes off the pace at 75 were Jay Mountain of Musco, N.M., and Tom Almojuela of San Francsico. The tournament is broken down into two divisions, one for low gross and the other for low net golfers. Winners of each will receive $250 prize money. About 65 golfers — nearly all amateurs—entered the three-day tournament, which concludes today. Leading in low net scoring was Bill Manus of Chinley, Ariz., who fired a 59.