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The Week March 6-12
March 19, 2001
?Oh, Baby!Without a doubt, Jesper Parnevik is a wacky kind of guy. But is he wacky enough to name his next child after a Japanese import?
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March 19, 2001

The Week March 6-12

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UP and Down

Swedes

Americans

Ty Tryon

Thai twins

New Zealand

South Africa

Adam Scott

Aaron Baddeley

True distance potential

Coefficient of restitution

?Oh, Baby!
Without a doubt, Jesper Parnevik is a wacky kind of guy. But is he wacky enough to name his next child after a Japanese import?

?Swede Dreams
Annika Sorenstam says she wants to be No. 1 again, and judging by the way she tore up Tucson, she just might give Karrie Webb a fight.

?Same Old Story
That was quite a birthday present newly minted sexagenarian Jim Colbert gave himself—a victory in a fourth decade.

?Dunes Day
After the Qatar Masters, won by Tony Johnstone of Zimbabwe, the European tour makes its '01 debut in, of all places, Europe.

? PGA

Parnevik, who named his fourth child Phoenix in honor of his victory there in '98, bogeyed the 72nd hole of the Honda Classic at the TPC at Heron Bay in Coral Springs, Fla., but so did Mark Calcavecchia, Geoff Ogilvy and Craig Perks, who all finished a shot back....

Parnevik's odd-looking putter is a P2 Solution II, made by StickyGolf....

Ty Tryon, a sophomore at Lake Highland Prep in Orlando, made the field as a Monday qualifier mid came in 39th. He's the youngest player to make the cut in a Tour event since Bob Panasik who was 15 when he advanced at the '57 Canadian Open

? LPGA

Sorenstam the defending champion closed with a 65 to shoot a tournament-record 23-under 265 at Randolph North Golf Course and win the Welch's/Circle K Championship by six strokes over Laura Diaz, Michelle McGann, Se Ri Pak and Dottie Pepper....

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