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The Week July 18-24
July 31, 2000
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July 31, 2000

The Week July 18-24

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Karrie Webb's five-stroke win over Cristie Kerr and Meg Mallon in the U.S. Open was her fifth victory of the year and made her, at 25, the youngest person to qualify for the LPGA Hall of Fame....

Webb, who has 21 W's in 112 starts, is on pace to break Kathy Whitworth's record of 88 wins in 2015, when she's 40....

Naree Wongluekiet, 14, finished 40th and was the low amateur.

Morgan won the Instinet Classic at the TPC at Jasna Polana in Princeton, N.J., by four shots over Bruce Fleisher and Bob Murphy.


Ben Crane, a 24-year-old Monday qualifier from Beaverton, Ore., won the Wichita Open with a tournament-record 25-under 263....

Aree Wongluekiet, Naree's twin, became the youngest winner in the 33-year history of the Junior World Championships. She won by 10 shots with an 11-under 285 on the North Course at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif.

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