After the morning round Sander was one up but unsettled going to lunch, since she had lost the 18th with two shots into the rough and three putts. By the 6th hole in the afternoon, though, all that was forgotten. She had stretched her lead to three holes, and her smooth, economical and effortless-looking swing was working as it had throughout the tournament and the years. But at the par-3 7th, Semple narrowly missed a hole in one, and the whole day began to turn around. Of the next seven holes Sander was able to take only one. When at 15 she gambled on a five-wood out of a fairway bunker and lost, the match was even. At 17 she was bunkered again to go one down, Carol pairing the hole, and when she missed a 35-foot birdie putt on the final hole, the Amateur title belonged to Carol Semple. Anne Sander gave her a hug. She remembered how nice it is to win.