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Scholar hip for golfers
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The return of scholarships to the golf
program at ACU didn't show a great deal
of improvement in the team in the first
year, but it did lay the groundwork for
'tlt fthe scholarship programj shows
people we are serious about golf," said
first-year coach Don Harrison. "We won't
see improvements in the team right from
the start, but we are seeing changes in
other ways. The local golf courses see we
are serious, and are willing to let us prac-
tice on their courses regularly. It will help
us out a lot."
The golf team ended the season finishing
fifth in the Lone Star Conference meet in
The Wildcats finished with a 54-hole
This page: top - Junior John Sconiers
watches his ball roll toward the cupj bot-
tom - GOU' team members ana' coach.
Opposite page: Courtney Connell intently
watches his ball after driving on the
Abilene Country Club course.
John Wilson, Eddie Holt, Lewis Wilks, John Derrick, Coach Don Harrison, John Sconiers, Dale Moody,
total of 910, 45 strokes behind conference
champion Southwest Texas State.
SWTSU came from behind to beat
Stephen F. Austin, and last year's con-
ference champs, Sam Houston State, fin-
Senior Courtney Connell had a chance
to be the conference medalist, but the final
round was his downfall.
"I didn't play real well on the final day,"
said Connell. "I should have done better
for the whole tournament."
Connell did have better luck the next
weekend as he was one of two area golfers
to qualify for the Texas State Amateur
"We started out behind this season
because of the bad weather," said Har-
rison. "But we had a pretty good year."
Also playing on this year's team were
senior Dale Moody, juniors John Wilson
and John Sconiers, and freshmen Jon Der-
rick, Eddie Holt and Lewis Wilks.
ACU took the first city triangular meet,
beating Hardin-Simmons and McMurry
by l5 and 16 strokes, respectively. The
Cats also played in the ACU Invitational,
the 25th Abilene Intercollegiate and the
Angelo State Invitational. The win at San
Angelo was the Wildcats' first on the
Rams' home course.
' DATE MATCH TEAM PLACE
Feb. ll City Triangular l
March 8-9 ASU Tourney l
March 23 ACU Invitational '
April 5-6 ASU Invitational 3
April 12-13 Abilene Intercoll. 7
April l8-20 LSC 5
'No team scores kept