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March 19, 2001
David Cosper, Clearwater, Fla. Cosper, 18, picked up his third junior title in two months at the Melrose Classic, a Southeastern Junior Tour event on South Carolina's Dawfuskie Island. He beat Brent Witcher, 14, of Duluth, Ga., by two shots. Cosper also was victorious at the Palm Coast (Fla.) Classic and the National Open High School Seniors Championship.
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March 19, 2001

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David Cosper, Clearwater, Fla.
Cosper, 18, picked up his third junior title in two months at the Melrose Classic, a Southeastern Junior Tour event on South Carolina's Dawfuskie Island. He beat Brent Witcher, 14, of Duluth, Ga., by two shots. Cosper also was victorious at the Palm Coast ( Fla.) Classic and the National Open High School Seniors Championship.

Rob Labritz, Fairfield, Conn.
Labritz, 29, won three events, including his first two starts, on his way to taking the PGA Tournament Series money title. An assistant pro at Glen Arbor Golf Club in Bedford Hills, N.Y., Labritz had a 71.04 scoring average. He also qualified for his first tour event, the Honda Classic, but missed the two-under cut by a stroke.

Michael Letzig, Richmond, Mo.
Letzig, a sophomore at New Mexico, shot a 17-under 199 at Honolulu's Leilehua Golf Course to win the John Burns Intercollegiate. Thanks to a 64 in the second round, Letzig broke his school's 54-hole record of 201 set by Tim Herron in 1992. Letzig has finished in the top 10 three times in his last seven collegiate starts.

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