NCAA Golf Championship Third Round Notes
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2010 NCAA MEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS
THE HONORS COURSE - CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
THIRD ROUND - NOTES

Average Scores - 73.89
Round 1 - 74.28 - overall - 75.08 - morning - 73.48 - afternoon
Round 2 - 73.71 - overall - 73.44 - morning - 73.98 - afternoon
Round 3 - 73.67 - overall - 74.07 - morning - 73.27 - afternoon

Rounds Under Par
Round 1 - Team - 8 - Individual - 35
Round 2 - Team - 8 - Individual - 44
Round 3 - Team - 9 - Individual - 43

Individual Rounds in the 60's
Round 1 - 12
Round 2 - 13
Round 3 - 17

Hardest Holes
Round 1 - 4.46 - No. 15 - Par 4 - 475 yards
Round 2 - 4.43 - No. 7 - Par 4 - 460 yards
Round 3 - 4.56 - No. 7 - Par 4 - 460 yards

Easiest Holes
Round 1 - 4.83 - No. 2 - Par 5 - 560 yards - 2 eagles, 48 birdies
Round 2 - 4.65 - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards - 7 eagles
Round 3 - 4.58 - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards - 9 eagles

Third Round Eagles (16)
Dylan Frittelli - Texas - No. 2 - Par 5 - 560 yards
Luke Guthrie - Illinois - No. 2 - Par 5 - 560 yards
Jason Shano - San Diego - No. 6 - Par 5 - 565 yards
Robbie Filmore - BYU - No. 6 - Par 5 - 565 yards
John Hahn - Kent State - No. 11 - Par 5 - 590 yards
Matt Smith - Texas Tech - No. 11 - Par 5 - 590 yards
James White - Georgia Tech - No. 11 - Par 5 - 590 yards
Jack Dukenminier - Oregon - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Rhys Enoch - East Tennessee State - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Austin Gutsgsell - LSU - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Matt Homa - Cal - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Scott Langley - Illinois - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Ben Martin - Clemson - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Carter Newman - Augusta State - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
Andrew Vijarro - Oregon - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards
T.J. Vogel - Southern California - No. 17 - Par 5 - 545 yards

Single Round Individual Course Record Tied
- Oregon State senior Diego Velasquez became the fifth player - third of four at this year's NCAA Championships - to shoot a competition course record 6-under 66.  He carded six birdies and no bogeys.  He had four birdies in a row on the front side from Nos. 4-7.  He finished the tournament at 7-under (71-72-66=209).

- Oregon junior Jack Dukeminier was the sixth player - fourth at this year's NCAA Championships - to shoot a competition course record 6-under 66.  He carded an eagle, seven birdies and three bogeys.  He finished the tournament at even par (74-76-66=216) to help the Ducks advance to the match play. 

More Notes
- Stanford, Arizona State and San Diego all tied for seventh place at 4-over.  They will compete for the final spot in the match play with a playoff Friday morning. 

- Illinois junior Scott Langley was the leader in the clubhouse after the morning wave.  He shot a 4-under 68 today and won the individual title at 10-under (70-68-68=206) for the tournament.

- Texas Tech set the bar for the morning group, posting an 8-under 280.  The Red Raiders finished +3 (302-285-280=867) to advance to match play.

- No. 6 did not give up any eagles the first two rounds.  However, the 565-yard, par 5 allowed two in today's final round.  BYU's Robbie Filmore and San Diego's Jason Shano both made 3's on the hole today. 

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