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UCLA's Patrick Cantlay walks between holes during round two of the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship at Karsten Creek Golf Club, Wednesday, June 1, 2011, in Stillwater, Okla. Cantlay, who will be a sophomore at UCLA this fall, recorded five birdies on the back nine of the U.S. to finish with a 4-under 67. He also made the cut with an even-par 142. (AP Photo/The Tulsa World, Matt Barnard)
Photo by: Matt Barnard
UCLA's Patrick Cantlay walks between holes during round two of the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship at Karsten Creek Golf Club, Wednesday, June 1, 2011, in Stillwater, Okla. Cantlay, who will be a sophomore at UCLA this fall, recorded five birdies on the back nine of the U.S. to finish with a 4-under 67. He also made the cut with an even-par 142. (AP Photo/The Tulsa World, Matt Barnard)

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