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1. A hut or group of huts for housing ranch workers.
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Earlier this month, Steve Conway of Dove Canyon won the CIF-SCGA High School Boys Championship by shooting a tournament-record 65 at The SCGA SCGA Southern California Golf Association
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Conway, who will enroll at UCLA UCLA University of California at Los Angeles
UCLA University Center for Learning Assistance (Illinois State University)
UCLA University of Carrollton, TX and Lower Addison, TX in the fall, sank a 35-foot birdie putt on the 582-yard, par-five 18th hole en route to a 2-under-par 69 today at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. Conway is at 208 for three rounds (5 under par) and overtook o·ver·took
Past tense of overtake. second-round leader Darin Sullivan of San Diego San Diego (săn dēā`gō), city (1990 pop. 1,110,549), seat of San Diego co., S Calif., on San Diego Bay; inc. 1850. San Diego includes the unincorporated communities of La Jolla and Spring Valley. Coronado is across the bay. , who is in second place after a 1-over-par 72 today and a three-round total of 210.
If Conway wins tomorrow, he will become the second-youngest person to win the event. Dr. Paul Hunter
Scott McGihon of Bermuda Dunes, who led this event after three rounds last year, fired a 2-over-par 73 today and alone in third place with an even-par total of 213. Another shot back is former U.S. Junior Amateur champion Terry Noe of Fullerton, whose 70 today was one of only four subpar sub·par
1. Not measuring up to traditional standards of performance, value, or production.
2. Below par in a hole, round, or game of golf. rounds posted on the venerable Rancho Santa Fe layout.
The final round will begin at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow (Sunday), with the leaders scheduled to tee off at 10:10 a.m.
The SCGA Amateur Championship is the nation's second-oldest continuously contested amateur golf championship, having been contested every years since 1899 (the Utah Amateur predates the SCGA championship by a few months).
RESULTS: Southern California Golf Association 101st SCGA Amateur Championship at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club; Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. 6,911 yards; yards; par 71 54-hole results: 208 -- Steven Conway, Dove Canyon, 71-68-69. 210 -- Darin Sullivan, San Diego, 68-70-72. 213 -- Scott McGihon, Bermuda Dunes, 68-72-73. 214 -- Terry Noe, Fullerton, 69-75-70. 216 -- John Mallinger, Long Beach, 65-76-75; Craig Steinberg, Van Nuys, 71-73-72. 217 -- Donald O'Connor, San Diego, 70-72-75; Eric Wang, Cypress, 70-72-75; Tim Hogarth, Northridge, 71-73-73; Chris Fox, Yorba Linda, 71-75-71; Pat Duncan, Rancho Santa Fe, 74-73-70. 218 -- Bret Parker, Villa Park, 72-70-76. 219 -- Travis Matye, Lancaster, 74-71-74; Kevin Wurtz, Long Beach, 75-73-71. 220 -- John Lieber, El Cajon, 74-73-73; Gilberto Rodriguez, Bonita, 72-76-72; Greg Puga, Los Angeles, 74-74-72. 221 -- Mark Etue, Carlsbad, 72-73-76; Jerry Chang, Manhattan Beach, 74-72-75; James Camaione, Upland, 74-74-73; Victor Zayas, Jr., San Diego, 73-75-73; Kemp Richardson, Laguna Niguel, 74-77-70. 222 -- Greg Uberuaga, San Diego, 73-74-75; James Popoff, Whittier, 75-74-73. 223 -- Brock Shafer, Playa Del Rey, 75-74-74; John Merrick, Long Beach, 75-77-71. 224 -- Chris Galeski, Carlsbad, 71-78-75; Gary Havro, Claremont, 75-72-77. 225 -- Nick Beauvy, Pacific Palisades, 75-74-76; Robert Funk, Canyon Lake, 76-75-74; Ryan Donovan, Yorba Linda, 75-76-74; George Downing, III, Santa Barbara, 75-76-75. 226 -- Jim Skinner, Manhattan Beach, 75-76-75. 227 -- Patrick Carrigan, Alhambra, 73-75-79; Alex Oh, Hawaiian Gardens, 75-75-77; John Balfanz, Bakersfield, 79-71-77; Keith Kinsel, Glendale, 73-77-77. 228 -- Jim Plotkin, Carlsbad, 75-77-76; Ryan Nomura, Carpinteria, 72-80-76. 232 -- Mike Walker, Newport Beach, 77-74-81; Charles Watkins, San Diego, 74-78-80. 236 -- John Wardrup, San Diego, 73-79-84 NOTE: Final round is Sunday, with tee times beginning at 7:30 a.m. A more detailed story is on the SCGA web site at http://www.scga.org/tourney/hotlist.cgi