August 29, 1985 |
Sam Randolph survived a traffic jam that almost caused him to miss his starting time and shot a one-under-par 69 Wednesday to take medal honors at the U.S. Amateur golf tournament with a record-tying 36-hole total of 134. Randolph, of Santa Barbara and USC, finished the two rounds at Montclair Golf Club at six under par. He was three strokes ahead of Walker Cup teammate Duffy Waldorf of Tarzana and UCLA.
August 8, 1985
Ed Cuff Jr. shot an even-par 71, and Duffy Waldorf scratched out a 73 to share the lead after second-round play Wednesday in the 19th annual Pacific Coast Amateur Golf Tournament at the Los Angeles Country Club. Both had 141 totals midway through the 72-hole tournament, which continues today and finishes Friday. Cuff, of La Mesa, had a first-round score of 70 on the 6,895-yard, par-71 North Course while Waldorf, of Tarzana, had a 68 to lead after Tuesday's first round.
August 3, 1985
Defending champion Duffy Waldorf of Tarzana was eliminated from the Broadmoor Men's Invitational Golf Tournament on Friday when he lost to Tracy Nakazaki, 2-and-1, in a quarterfinal match.