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The Week May 22-28
June 04, 2001
?ClosureWe wondered which would come first, a win by Frank Lickliter or the end of the Kemper Open.
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June 04, 2001

The Week May 22-28

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Three Swedes—Koch, Sophie Gustafson and Annika Sorenstam—have won seven of the tour's 15 events this year.

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Watson has won five British Opens, two Masters and a U.S. Open, but his one-shot win over Jim Thorpe at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J., was his first in a PGA-sponsored event as well as his first Senior major....

Tommy Horton, a mainstay on the European senior tour, was DQ'd after it was discovered that he had used a nonconforming TaylorMade R360 driver in the first round.

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Oldcorn, 41, is the oldest winner in the history of the Volvo PGA Championship, which he won by a stroke over Angel Cabrera at the Wentworth Club in Virginia Water, England....

Led by junior Reilley Rankin, who birdied three of the final five holes, Georgia beat Duke by three shots to take the women's NCAA championship at Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. Duke senior Candy Hannemann won the individual title in a playoff against Arizona freshman Lorena Ochoa, with a par on the first hole.

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