The Michigan Daily-,Friday, June 15, 1979-Page 15
WATSON FIVE BACK AT 75
Five deadlocked or Open lead
OLEDO (AP) - Five players took "I found a little shortcut," the hard- Purtzer. His second shot missed long ar
ely divergent routes to scores of 70, hitting Hinkle said, and then giggled Tom Watson and the man he replaced the right. He failed to bounce his
under par and good enough to share when, describing his play on the eighth as golf's premier performer, the still- shot up the bank, chipped short an
first round lead yesterday in the hole at the Inverness Club course. feared Jack Nicklaus, couldn't match his bogey putt hanging on the lip.
Open Golf Championship, but the The par-5 hole is a dogleg left. By those heroics. "Seventy-four really isn't that b
"little shortcut" Lon Hinkle took won't
be available again.
Some obviously embarrassed of-
ficials of the sponsoring U.S. Golf
Association decreed that a tree be plan-
ted overnight to the left of the eighth tee
to block Hinkle's shortcut.
playing his shot from the eighth tee,
with a 1-iron, over trees and to the
parallel 17th fairway, Hinkle needed
only a 2-iron second shot to reach the
green. His 2-putt birdie helped put him i
a tie for the top spot with Andy Bean,
Lou Graham, Keith Fergus and Tom
Nicklaus, playing with Cook, double
bogeyed the final hole, a short par-4,
and Watson bogeyed three of his last
n five holes for a 75.
Nicklaus, gunning for a record-
matching fourth American national
championship, said, "I played slightly
better than fair, I guess. I could have
got out of it with a decent round. But I
made a couple of mistakes. Obviously,
one of those was on the 18th."
That sent him reeling from a respec-
, table 72 to a 3-over-par total. "There's
only two places on the 18th you don't
want to get it - over the green or to the
right. I managed to do both," he said.
Nicklaus said. "With a good round, 67
or 68, I can get right back in it."
The Department of Recreational
Sports Family Sunday Funday
Program will be having several ac-
tivities for family participation on Sun-
day, June 17th, between 2 p.m. and 5
p.m. at the North Campus Recreation
Building. Activities will include: A
"Weight Traiping for the Whole
Family" Clinic 2:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.;
"Creative Movement for Children Ages
3-6" 3:15 - 3:45 p.m.; and a "Family
Water Carnival" 4 p.m. -5 p.m.
FROM ONE institution to another, golf great Arnold Palmer executes a
short chip to the fifth green in U.S. Open action yesterday at Inverness Coun-
try Club. The historic Toledo course proved lifficult, in the tradition of most
Open courses, as Palmer finished far off the first round leaders with a round
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