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March 20, 2000
Ian Nelson, Canyon Lake, Calif. Ian, 17, has won three of the four International Junior Golf Tour events he has entered this year, the Kiawah Island (S.C.) Championship, the Cactus Shootout and last week's California Baja Championship—all in playoffs. He has a 73.9 stroke average and leads the tour's merit standings by 1,400 points, with 6,200.
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March 20, 2000

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Ian Nelson, Canyon Lake, Calif.
Ian, 17, has won three of the four International Junior Golf Tour events he has entered this year, the Kiawah Island ( S.C.) Championship, the Cactus Shootout and last week's California Baja Championship—all in playoffs. He has a 73.9 stroke average and leads the tour's merit standings by 1,400 points, with 6,200.

Angela Stanford, Saginaw, Texas
Stanford, a senior at Texas Christian, won her third individual title of the season and the eighth of her career—both school records—while leading the Horned Frogs to victory in the Midwest Classic in Dallas. Stanford, Texas Christian's 1998-99 Athlete of the Year, shot a 10-over 226 to beat Emily Gilley of Northwestern by a stroke.

Frank Dobbs, Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Dobbs, 38, an assistant pro at Club Med in Port St. Lucie, won the PGA Match Play at PGA Golf Club with a 3-and-2 victory over Mark Brown, the head pro at Tarn O'Shanter in Brookville, N.Y. Dobbs birdied five of the 16 holes in the match. In 1997 Dobbs won the PGA Stroke Play title and was South Florida PGA Section player of the year.

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