Garrett Murphy, Old Greenwich, Conn.
Ken Peyre-Ferry, Marlton, N.J.
Murphy, 35, the head pro at Innis Arden Country Club in Old Greenwich, and Peyre-Ferry, 51, who recently retired after 23 years as the pro at Little Mill Golf Club in Marlton, teamed to win the PGA Senior-Junior title at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Peyre-Ferry, the 2000 Philadelphia PGA Section senior player of the year, secured the victory in the better-ball competition by birdieing the second hole of a playoff against the team of Frank Dobbs and George Newbeck. Peyre-Ferry missed earning his tour card by just one shot at the '99 Senior Q school. Last year Murphy prevailed in two Metropolitan PGA Section tournaments, the Mitch Invitational and the Whitey Voight Classic.
Paula Creamer, Pleasanton, Calif.
Paula, 14, took the WorldCom Junior Classic in Hilton Head, S.C., where she was the youngest player in the field. She shot a two-under 142 to beat Aimee Cho, 17, of Orlando by six strokes. An eighth-grader at the Leadbetter Academy in Bradenton, Fla., Paula won four Junior Golf Association of Northern California titles in '00.