We wondered which would come first, a win by Frank Lickliter or the end of the Kemper Open.
Carin Koch's best day on tour is at the same place where she suffered her worst moment.
Only one thing could have made Tom Watson's W sweeter: having Doug Tewell come in second.
Europe's up-and-comers were on hand for the Volvo PGA, won by journeyman Andrew Oldcorn.
Lickliter, who hadn't won in 167 starts on Tour, overcame two bogeys on the final three holes to win the Kemper Insurance Open by a shot over J.J. Henry at the TPC at Avenel in Potomac, Md....
Lickliter won $630,000 and jumped to eighth on the money list, giving him the last exemption to the June 14-17 U.S. Open....
Lickliter continued a Kemper tradition. The two previous champions, Rich Beem (1999) and Tom Scherrer (2000), were also first-time winners.
Koch, disqualified from the tournament in 1997 (page G15), closed with a six-under 66 to beat Maria Hjorth and Mhairi McKay by a shot at the Corning (N.Y.) Classic....