Kelly Dillon, Naperville, Ill.
Dillon, a freshman at Bradley, won medalist honors to lead the Braves to their first Missouri Valley Conference title, at WeaverRidge Golf Club in Peoria. Dillon, who finished at 17-over 233, shot a women's course-record 69 in the first round, when she aced the 146-yard 4th hole with a seven-iron.
Ross Smith, South Bend
Smith, 43, the director of golf at South Bend Country Club, won the 1999 Teacher of the Year award for the Indiana PGA section. Smith, who paired with Barry Pearce to win the Indiana PGA team championship in 1990 and '94, is in his fifth season as coach of the Notre Dame women's team.
Bob Stanger, Durham, N.C.
Stanger, 40, a software designer, won his second North Carolina mid-amateur title with an eight-under 208 (71-66-71) at Kannapolis Country Club. Stanger, a co-medalist at the '82 U.S. Amateur—he lost to Jim Hallet 2 and I in the third round—and the '93 Carolinas Amateur champ, won the mid-am by four shots.