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March 23, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Miscellany Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon shot a one-over 73 and is three shots off the lead after two rounds of the Futures Tour event in Paso Robles. Choi (72-73 145) starts today's final round three shots behind leader Lee Ann Walker of Carey, N.C.
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March 23, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Miscellany Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon shot a one-over 73 and is three shots off the lead after two rounds of the Futures Tour event in Paso Robles. Choi (72-73 145) starts today's final round three shots behind leader Lee Ann Walker of Carey, N.C.
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March 22, 2000 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eunice Choi teed off in the early afternoon that day, so when she hit a six-iron on her second hole, the sun's angle made it difficult to follow the ball. She could tell from the way it felt, however, that it was a pretty good shot and she quickly looked toward the flag. "Usually if the ball hits the flagstick, the flagstick will move," Choi said. "But it didn't, it just stayed. Everything was calm." When she arrived at the green to find her ball in the hole, nothing remained calm.
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August 8, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Diane Irvin of Pacific Palisades beat Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza, 3 and 2, in second-round match play at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship in Lincoln, Neb. In other second-round matches, Jenny Lee of Fullerton defeated Riko Higashio of Gainsville, Fla., 1 up, and Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon lost to Joellyn Erdmann of Little Chute, Wis., 4 and 3. In the first round, Lee beat Ann Guiberson of Castle Rock, Colo.
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July 22, 1997
Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon shot four-under-par 68 Monday at Mesa Verde to qualify for the U.S. Women's Amateur. Choi was first among 25 qualifiers and 62 players and beat runners-up Lisa Chang of City of Industry and Jenna Daniels of Chula Vista by four strokes. Three other Orange County golfers qualified: Selby Schriber of Newport Beach, Amy Bubon of Fullerton and Sue Ewart of Seal Beach, who each shot 78. The Women's Amateur is scheduled Aug. 4-9 at Brae Burn Country Club in West Newton, Mass.
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August 7, 1997
Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon won both of her matches Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship at Brae Burn Country Club in West Newton, Mass. Choi defeated Chiharu Yamaguchi of Lacy, Wash., 1-up, to win the second-round match in the afternoon. In the first round, Choi defeated Stephanie Keever of Las Vegas, 4 and 3. Alicia Allison of Santa Ana also won her first-round match, defeating Carol Thompson of Sewickley, Pa.
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August 8, 1997
Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon won her third-round morning match but lost her quarterfinal afternoon match Thursday in the U.S. Women's Amateur golf championship at Brae Burn Country Club in Newton, Mass. Choi needed to defeat Heather Graff of Kennewick, Wash., the 1996 Public Links champion, to advance to the semifinals, but Graff won, 2 and 1. Choi defeated Amy Langhals of Kalida, Ohio, 5 and 4, in the third round.
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June 11, 1993 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first, Eunice Choi didn't want to play high school golf with the boys one last time. Choi, a senior at Laguna Hills High, worried that she could be the reason the South lost the Southern California PGA Orange County All-Star Match. "I didn't want to let down anyone," said Choi, who was the first girl to play in the all-star match. "I really didn't have any confidence. If we lost I didn't want anyone to blame me." No chance of that.
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August 8, 1997
Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon won her third-round morning match but lost her quarterfinal afternoon match Thursday in the U.S. Women's Amateur golf championship at Brae Burn Country Club in Newton, Mass. Choi needed to defeat Heather Graff of Kennewick, Wash., the 1996 Public Links champion, to advance to the semifinals, but Graff won, 2 and 1. Choi defeated Amy Langhals of Kalida, Ohio, 5 and 4, in the third round.
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August 7, 1997
Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon won both of her matches Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship at Brae Burn Country Club in West Newton, Mass. Choi defeated Chiharu Yamaguchi of Lacy, Wash., 1-up, to win the second-round match in the afternoon. In the first round, Choi defeated Stephanie Keever of Las Vegas, 4 and 3. Alicia Allison of Santa Ana also won her first-round match, defeating Carol Thompson of Sewickley, Pa.
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July 22, 1997
Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon shot four-under-par 68 Monday at Mesa Verde to qualify for the U.S. Women's Amateur. Choi was first among 25 qualifiers and 62 players and beat runners-up Lisa Chang of City of Industry and Jenna Daniels of Chula Vista by four strokes. Three other Orange County golfers qualified: Selby Schriber of Newport Beach, Amy Bubon of Fullerton and Sue Ewart of Seal Beach, who each shot 78. The Women's Amateur is scheduled Aug. 4-9 at Brae Burn Country Club in West Newton, Mass.
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August 8, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Diane Irvin of Pacific Palisades beat Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza, 3 and 2, in second-round match play at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship in Lincoln, Neb. In other second-round matches, Jenny Lee of Fullerton defeated Riko Higashio of Gainsville, Fla., 1 up, and Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon lost to Joellyn Erdmann of Little Chute, Wis., 4 and 3. In the first round, Lee beat Ann Guiberson of Castle Rock, Colo.
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March 22, 2000 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eunice Choi teed off in the early afternoon that day, so when she hit a six-iron on her second hole, the sun's angle made it difficult to follow the ball. She could tell from the way it felt, however, that it was a pretty good shot and she quickly looked toward the flag. "Usually if the ball hits the flagstick, the flagstick will move," Choi said. "But it didn't, it just stayed. Everything was calm." When she arrived at the green to find her ball in the hole, nothing remained calm.
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October 12, 1992
Kellee Booth of Cota de Caza shot her second consecutive one-over-par 73 Sunday to cruise to victory in the American Junior Golf Assn. Edgewood Tahoe Classic in Stateline, Nev. Booth started the day tied for the lead with Jennifer Waterhouse of Sugar Land, Tex., but Booth led by three shots after the first nine holes Sunday. Waterhouse went on to shoot an 81 and Booth won by eight strokes. Alicia Allison of Santa Ana and Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon were tied for third at 158.
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June 11, 1993 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first, Eunice Choi didn't want to play high school golf with the boys one last time. Choi, a senior at Laguna Hills High, worried that she could be the reason the South lost the Southern California PGA Orange County All-Star Match. "I didn't want to let down anyone," said Choi, who was the first girl to play in the all-star match. "I really didn't have any confidence. If we lost I didn't want anyone to blame me." No chance of that.
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