Emmett Below, Naples, Fla.
Below, 89, a 15 handicapper who has been playing golf for 68 years, made his first hole in one on Nov. 6 with a pitching wedge on the 75-yard 7th hole at Bentley Village Country Club, an executive course in Naples. He made his second ace three weeks later, with an eight-iron, on Bentley's 73-yard 4th hole.
Jennifer Rosales, Manila, Philippines
Rosales, a sophomore at USC and the reigning NCAA champ, won the Golf World Invitational in Hilton Head, S.C., and all three of her matches—including a 3-and-1 decision over Duke's Jenny Chuasiriporn—in the Rolex National Match Play, a team competition at the Indian River Club in Vero Beach, Fla.
Ed Updegraff, Tucson
Updegraff, 76, a retired urologist, is the recipient of this year's Bob Jones Award, the USGA's top honor, which is given in recognition of distinguished sportsmanship in golf. The winner of the 1981 Senior Amateur, Updegraff also played in six Masters and was on three Walker Cup teams.
Ji-Min Kang, Edmonds, Wash.
Kang, 18, won the Orange Bowl International junior tournament at Biltmore Golf Course in Coral Gables, Fla., with an even-par 216 (73-69-74) to top Germany's Miriam Nagl by a shot. Kang also won two AJGA titles in '98 and was the Pacific Northwest Golf Association's junior girl player of the year.