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May 28, 1986

USC's Sam Randolph, who has recorded the low-amateur score in The Masters the past two years, was named Golfer of the Year by the Golf Coaches Assn. of America.

Randolph joins seven other golfers on the first team All-America list, including Wake Forest's Chris Kite, Northwestern's Jim Benepe, Brigham Young's Brent Franklin, Lamar's Philip Jonas, Georgia's Peter Persons and Oklahoma State's Scott Verplank and Brian Watts.

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