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October 01, 2001
Pat Carter, HUNTINGTON, W.VA.Carter, 33, an insurance salesman, won the West Virginia Amateur championship for a seventh consecutive year, and the eighth year overall. Carter fired a 10-under 274 to prevail by six strokes at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. He has also been low amateur in the West Virginia Open for the last four years.
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October 01, 2001

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Pat Carter, HUNTINGTON, W.VA.
Carter, 33, an insurance salesman, won the West Virginia Amateur championship for a seventh consecutive year, and the eighth year overall. Carter fired a 10-under 274 to prevail by six strokes at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. He has also been low amateur in the West Virginia Open for the last four years.

Allison Martin, BAKERSFIELD, CALIF.
Allison, 16, won three American Junior Golf Association events this season, all of them in her home state. She finished first in the San Diego Junior by 10 strokes after having won the Ash-worth Junior at Quail Ranch in Moreno Valley, by one, and the ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage, by four.

Stan Lee, HEBER SPRINGS, ARK.
Lee, 49, a part owner of Lost Creek Golf Club in Heber Springs, won his fourth Arkansas Stroke Play, with an eight-under 208 at Texarkana Country Club. Lee, who turned professional at the end of August, also won the Stroke Play in 1971, '73 and 2000. In addition he won four state match-play tides, all in the '70s.

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