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June 07, 1999
Woody Williams, Boise, Idaho Williams, 58, went 2-2-5-2 (double eagle, birdie, bogey, eagle) on his last four holes to finish a two-under 70 at Centennial Golf Course in Nampa. He holed a 202-yard two-iron at the par-5 15th, made a 20-foot birdie putt at the par-3 16th and eagled from 85 yards with a sand wedge at the par-4 18th.
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June 07, 1999

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Woody Williams, Boise, Idaho
Williams, 58, went 2-2-5-2 (double eagle, birdie, bogey, eagle) on his last four holes to finish a two-under 70 at Centennial Golf Course in Nampa. He holed a 202-yard two-iron at the par-5 15th, made a 20-foot birdie putt at the par-3 16th and eagled from 85 yards with a sand wedge at the par-4 18th.

Tracey Gage, Fayetteville, N.C.
Chad Collins, Richmond, Ind.
Gage, a recent graduate of Methodist College, in Fayetteville, and Collins, a sophomore there, were named the women's and men's NCAA Division III players of the year for the second straight time. Gage, who recently became an assistant pro at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in Southern Pines, N.C, led the Monarchs to their third women's division title in four years by finishing second behind Lisa Cave, a junior at Florida Southern. Collins won his second consecutive men's crown with an even-par 284—one stroke off the tournament record, which he tied last year—while leading the Methodist men to their sixth national title in a row.

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