Martha Burkhard A, Alameda, Calif.
Nick Ushijima, Stockton, Calif.
Martha, 12, and Ushijima, 35, won the women's and men's divisions, respectively, of the San Francisco City Amateur at Harding Park. Martha, a seventh-grader at Lincoln Middle School who has been playing golf for only three years, won 2 up in the 36-hole final over 22-year-old Eden Anderson, a former member of the Cal team. Martha became the youngest winner in the 83-year history of the tournament. Ushijima, a real estate investor and wine exporter, defeated Jim Hay, a former pro who has regained his amateur status, 3 and 2 in the final. Ushijima, who was even or under par in all six of his matches, is from Japan. He played at the University of the Pacific and is now a member of the Japanese national team.
D.J. Trahan, Inman, S.C.
Clemson's Trahan, the highest-ranked freshman in the U.S. (10th), won the Las Vegas Intercollegiate at the Desert Inn Country Club with a par on the third hole of a playoff against Texas sophomore Matt Brost. With his score of nine-under 207 in regulation, Trahan tied the Clemson freshman record set by Chris Patton at the 1987 Gamecock Invitational.