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September 06, 1999
Maureen Ramini, Topsfield, Mass.Ramini, 46, a retired operating room nurse, won the women's championship at Salem Country Club in Peabody for the 12th time in 13 years. Ramini, a five handicapper, defeated Anna Mandragouras of Topsfield, the 1997 titlist, 4 and 3 in the final.
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September 06, 1999

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Maureen Ramini, Topsfield, Mass.
Ramini, 46, a retired operating room nurse, won the women's championship at Salem Country Club in Peabody for the 12th time in 13 years. Ramini, a five handicapper, defeated Anna Mandragouras of Topsfield, the 1997 titlist, 4 and 3 in the final.

Jacqueline Parrotta, Loudounville, N.Y.
Jacqueline, 11, made three holes in one, all with her driver, in an 11-day stretch. Her first ace was on the 105-yard 6th hole at Brunswick Greens Golf Club in Troy, N.Y. Number two came a week later on the same hole. Jacqueline's third was on the 147-yard 12th hole at the Country Club of Troy.

Ty Tryon, Orlando
Ty, 15, won the Lucent Technologies Boys Junior on the Queens Course at Gleneagles Country Club in Piano, Texas, with a 12-under 272, which tied the American Junior Golf Association four-round scoring record held by Phil Mickelson (1987) and Robert Floyd ('94).

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