Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 29, 1968 · Page 86
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 86

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, March 29, 1968
Page 86
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NicbLaus Gf THE '68' MASTERS. !BSL 'GOLF THE TEE SHOT POSITION IS RftTHfR OPTIONftL HERE,..DEPENDING ON HOW YOU WflNT TO Hit YOUR SECOND SHOT. THE Lgft SIDE OF THE FAlRWftY PROVIDES A LEVEL LIE, BUT THE SECOND SHOT IS PRACTl- COLLY OVER WflTER. TOO MflNV TOURNfi WENTS HflVE BEEN LOST ON THIS VERY HOLE WITH PI DISASTROUS SECOND SHOT* THE RIGHT FfilRWfly IS •.'SWe»...WltH THE "PER- CENTflGE* fiPPROflCH FULLING SHORT fiND ROLLING—GOING IN FROM RIGHT TO LEFT. IT§ ONE OF THE FEW HOLES IN GOLF THflT YOU DON'T WflNT TO HIT, BECflUSE SUCH ft LONG SHOT COULD EfiSILY KICK OR ROLL RIGHT INTO THE WflTER. I CflLL THIS f) ffc HOLE...RND DEPEND UPON R GOOD CHIP OR A LONG PUTT TO GET ME CLOSE ENOUGH TO PAR. ©1968 Ohio Promotions, tne. All RigliU R«-rved Dist. Publishers-Hall Syndic*tt Sanders Leads Continued from Page 51 and lack of consistent concentration. Jack Nicklaus used up 74 strokes, including a triple bogey on the 420-yard 10th hole where he dumped his first shot into a lake while boldly trying a shortcut. "I cut a little under the ball and missed crossing the lake by six feet," Nicklaus bemoaned. "Otherwise I played well except that the putts didn't drop." SANDERS USUALLY places in the early months of the year and fades in the summer. "This year I determined to start later and aim for the big tournaments," he said. "We won't know how the system works until later in the year, but I'm right on schedule now." There were 66 sub-par scores and another 21 at even par 72 heading into today's second round. FIRST-ROUND SCORES Julius Boros 32-34— 66 Doug Sanders 34-31—45 Chinese Golfer Formosa Leader TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) Despite steady rain and strong winds Kuo Chi-Hsiong shot a 10- under-par 33-29—62 yesterday in the first round of the Republic of China Open Golf Championship. The 29-year-old Chinese Nationalist pro clipped a stroke off the record for the 6,826 yard course of the Taiwan Golf and Country Club. Kuo had one bogey and 11 birdies, including five successive birds from the 10th through 14th holes. DeWItt Weaver Jr 33-33-64 Al Gelberger 34-32-<5<5 Gardner Dickinson 32-3*—46 Steve Reid 34-32—66 Don January 32-35—67 Bobby Nichols 32-35-67 Richard Martinez 32-35—67 Chi Chi Rodriguez 34-33—67 Tony Jacklin 35-33-<8 Labron Harris 34-34—68 Hugh Rover 34-34—68 Gay Brewer 34-34—68 Doug Ford 35-33—68 Lionel Hebert 35-33-68 Tom Weiskopf 36-32—68 Randy Glover 36-32—68 Jack McGowan 33-35—68 Paul AAoran 32-36—68 Ted Makalena 34-34—68 Ken Still 34-35-69 Al Balding 37-32—69 Gary Plaver 33-36—69 Rex Baxter 34-35—69 Terry Dill 34-35—69 Dave Stockton 35-34—69 Rod Horn 34-35—69 Bert Weaver 34-35—69 Carol Lohren 35-35-70 Frank Beard 37-33—70 George Bayer 32-38—70 Bob verwev 34-36—70 Loo Graham 38-32—70 Jim Grant 34-36—70 Bob Charles 35-35—70 Jacky Cupit 33-37—70 Harold Hennina 37-33—70 Tommy Aaron 35-35—70 Bobby Cole 3446—70 Allen Henning 35-35—70 Lee Elder 35-35—70 Billy Farrell 36-34—70 Jay Hebert 36-34—70 Toni Nieporte 35-35—70 Arnold Palmer 35-35—70 William Robinson 35-35—70 John Schlee 35-36—71 Bill Collins 33-38—71 Miller Barber 35-36—71 Larry Mowry 34-37—71 Jerry Steelsmlth 36-35—71 Jack Fleck 35-36—71 Pete Cooper 35-36—71 Deane Beman 36-35—71 John Lotz 34-37—71 Steve Spray 36-35-71 Ray Floyd 34O7—71 Bert Yancey 35-36—71 Bruce Devlin 36-35—71 Bob Moreland 34-37—71 Harold Rayborn 36-35—71 Kel Nagle 36-35—71 Fred Marti 35-36—71 Dave Eldielberger 34-37—71 ToclcSluMt u iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIiliiIIITIITH H!iiiin[ifiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii[ii!i On This Date ~ UnlVSWty 6f ArlJSnl —... very mninf in btatini colorad*, In a name tjteroma » stvtn m Weause of r»ln. ...... in 6very fcOt in iAnints u f»i«y team «r Mfka Ban-led, Henry Carr/ Ron Fr«m»n »nd uitt wi> famt tloekOtf a 3:17.1 at tM Devil* boat BDMiam Y«un», H.M, —... tennis, tried 6ut nor new •«« «me Biivint 6»nti*» in M exhibition match. . , A TWtNtY YEARS AdO .Art«n*.st»}«e«iiefe, tackle eien THE •ars <*r? **^»^ m Just be glad you're not the driver! 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