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July 17, 2000
Ina Kim, Encino, Calif.
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July 17, 2000

Faces

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Ina Kim, Encino, Calif.

Hana Kim, Encino, Calif.

Ina, 16, and her sister Hana, 17, came in first and second, respectively, at the AJGA Las Vegas Founders' Legacy on June 15. Ina, who has since won AJGA events in Edmond, Okla., and Rancho Mirage, Calif. shot a nine-under 207, leaving her five shots ahead of her sister. Hana fired a final-round eight-under 64 at Las Vegas, which tied the AJGA girls' record for strokes under par and set the women's course record. Hana, who graduated from Brentwood High and will play for Northwestern, took the AJGA's Arizona Classic in April. Last November, Hana and Ina finished 1-2, respectively, at the high school sectional championship for Southern California, the state's largest section, with more than 500 schools.

Marc Turnesa, Rockville Center, N.Y.
Turnesa, 22, a third-generation member of one of golf's most celebrated families, won the Long Island Amateur, topping Jesse Fitzgerald of Sayville 3 and 2. Two weeks later Turnesa finished second at the Ike, the Metropolitan Golf Association's stroke-play championship, a shot behind Ken Macdonald of Glen Rock.

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