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The Week Aug. 7-13
August 20, 2001
?Teamwork Kenny Perry gets the win, but the big prize—a spot on the Ryder Cup team—goes to Jim Furyk.
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August 20, 2001

The Week Aug. 7-13

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Ward shot a 21-under 195, breaking the tour record for number of strokes under par in a 54-hole tournament by two....

JoAnne Carner on Karrie Webb: "She doesn't say one word and doesn't allow her caddie to say one word. It's not much fun to play with her."


Lietzke, who hadn't won since the '94 Las Vegas Invitational, took the 3M Championship with a nine-under 207 at the TPC of the Twin Cities....

Arnold Palmer shot a career-high 92 in the final round.


Great Britain and Ireland defeated the U.S. 15-9 at Ocean Forest Golf Club in Sea Island, Ga....

? Paul McGinley secured a spot on the European Ryder Cup team by beating Paul Lawrie and Daren Lee in sudden death at the Wales Open....

Beth Bauer, Angela Buzminski and Jung Yeon Lee earned 2002 LPGA tour cards by finishing one-two-three on the final Futures tour money list. Buzminski will be only the second left-handed player in LPGA history. Juli Pavon was the first.

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