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The Week June 27-July 3
July 10, 2000
?Notah-bleWith back-to-back W's, Notah Begay must guard against thinking he's the next Billy Andrade.
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July 10, 2000

The Week June 27-july 3

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UP and Down

Notah Begay

Mark Calcavecchia

Stanford

Oklahoma State

Charles Howell

Sergio Garcia

Halo Irwin

Arnold Palmer

Birdies

Bogeys

?Notah-ble
With back-to-back W's, Notah Begay must guard against thinking he's the next Billy Andrade.

?Lassietude
Scotland's the home of golf, but Janice Moodie is only the second LPGA winner from there.

?Seeing Red
First Tiger, now Hale Irwin. Next: rough as high as an elephant's eye at the Women's Open.

?Blown Away
The Euros loved Ballybunion, 'til the wind kicked in. Only Patrik Sj�land remained upright.

? PGA

Begay, who holed a 25-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to beat Mark Calcavecchia by a shot at the Canon Greater Hartford Open at the TPC at River Highlands, is the first Tour player to win in consecutive weeks since Tiger Woods took the National Car Rental Classic and the Tour Championship last fall....

Begay's 20-under 260 is the lowest score of the year....

Calcavecchia, the Tour's best bowler, rolled a 706 series that included a 267 game during his monthlong layoff between the Memorial and Hartford....

John Carpenter, the first person to win the jackpot on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, caddied for baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan in the Hartford pro-am. Says Morgan, "The great part was, I didn't have to give him a tip."

? LPGA

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