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October 4, 2005 | Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writer
Hee-Won Han won the LPGA's much-delayed Office Depot Championship Monday at Trump National Golf Club as the tour's top player questioned whether the course was suited to host a professional tournament. "I think logistically this course does not set up for a competition like this," Annika Sorenstam said after finishing tied for ninth with a final-round 70.
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June 20, 2010 | Wire reports
Japan's Ai Miyazato shot a seven-under-par 64 Sunday to win the ShopRite LPGA Classic at Galloway Township, N.J. The 25-year-old Miyazato is guaranteed to take over the No. 1 spot in Monday's rankings after her fourth victory of the season. Second-round leader M.J. Hur finished second, two shots behind Miyazato. Fellow South Korean Inbee Park , the 2008 U.S. Women's Open champion, was two shots behind Hur. Suzann Pettersen of Norway, Hee-Won Han of South Korea and Katherine Hull of Australia shared fourth place at 11 under, one shot ahead of Paula Creamer , who had a spectacular return in her first tournament since surgery on her left thumb in March.
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June 20, 2010 | Wire reports
Japan's Ai Miyazato shot a seven-under-par 64 Sunday to win the ShopRite LPGA Classic at Galloway Township, N.J. The 25-year-old Miyazato is guaranteed to take over the No. 1 spot in Monday's rankings after her fourth victory of the season. Second-round leader M.J. Hur finished second, two shots behind Miyazato. Fellow South Korean Inbee Park , the 2008 U.S. Women's Open champion, was two shots behind Hur. Suzann Pettersen of Norway, Hee-Won Han of South Korea and Katherine Hull of Australia shared fourth place at 11 under, one shot ahead of Paula Creamer , who had a spectacular return in her first tournament since surgery on her left thumb in March.
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October 4, 2005 | Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writer
Hee-Won Han won the LPGA's much-delayed Office Depot Championship Monday at Trump National Golf Club as the tour's top player questioned whether the course was suited to host a professional tournament. "I think logistically this course does not set up for a competition like this," Annika Sorenstam said after finishing tied for ninth with a final-round 70.
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July 9, 2005 | From Associated Press
Dana Quigley shot a six-under-par 66 on Friday to take the second-round lead at 11-under 133 in the Senior Players Championship at Dearborn, Mich., the second major this year on the Champions Tour. Isao Aoki (69) and Tom McKnight (67) were two shots back, and Peter Jacobsen (66), Hale Irwin (68) and Ron Streck (70) followed at eight under. Quigley, Aoki and McKnight finished before the threat of lightning caused a delay of 3 hours 13 minutes.
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February 16, 2001 | Associated Press
Scotland's Catriona Matthew shot a five-under-par 67 in windy conditions Thursday to take a two-stroke lead in the first round of the Hawaiian Ladies Open. "I'm used to it. This is the kind of wind I grew up with," Matthew said of the wind that gusted to 35 mph on the 6,100-yard Kapolei Golf Course. "You have to play a lot of punch shots. If you try any kind of normal shot, the wind just takes it away. I was out there just trying to hit fairways and greens."
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March 7, 2005 | From Associated Press
Annika Sorenstam rallied to win her first LPGA Tour event of the year, shooting a four-under-par 68 in windy conditions Sunday for a three-stroke victory in the inaugural MasterCard Classic at Mexico City. The tournament was the first LPGA Tour event in Mexico since 1975. Sorenstam had eight birdies -- five in a row on Nos. 2-6 -- to offset four bogeys in the strong wind on the high-altitude Bosque Real Country Club course.
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August 14, 2003 | Michael Arkush
1 Who's hot: Hee-Won Han, with two victories and a second in her last four starts.... Wendy Ward, making a strong bid for a berth on the Solheim Cup team. Ward was in the hunt at the Weetabix Women's British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes until a final-round 76.... Michele Redman (seventh at the Evian Masters in France, third at the Wendy's Championship in Ohio.) * 2 Who's not: U.S. Women's Open champ Hilary Lunke (64th in France, missed cuts at the Open and in Ohio)....
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October 28, 2006 | From the Associated Press
K.J. Choi made a double bogey and called it a good experience. He nearly made an ace on what he called a bad shot. It all added up to a five-under-par 66 on Friday that gave him a one-shot lead after two rounds of the Chrysler Championship at Palm Harbor, Fla. Choi was at eight-under 134 and led Ernie Els (66), Jonathan Byrd (67) and Brian Gay (71) by one shot. "Today is very good," Choi said after his strange day that set up a chance to get into the Tour Championship next week with a victory.
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May 19, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Stewart Cink was swinging and thinking well during the first round of the Colonial at Fort Worth. And the result was predictable. "It almost feels like it's too easy to play," Cink said after shooting a six-under-par 64 Thursday. Cink wasn't alone. Only a stroke back at 65 were Bubba Watson, Zach Johnson, Arron Oberholser, Charley Hoffman and Stephen Ames. Defending champion Kenny Perry was among a group of eight players at 66.
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March 5, 2005 | From Associated Press
Phil Mickelson was atop the leaderboard for the ninth consecutive round in stroke play, and no one was terribly surprised -- least of all, the guy chasing him Friday in the Ford Championship at Doral. Mickelson showed up at the course in Miami nearly five hours before his tee time to fine-tune a game that appears to need no work, then played the Blue Monster without a bogey for a six-under 66 that gave him a two-shot lead over Billy Andrade.
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October 23, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Joe Durant shot a bogey-free seven-under-par 65 in the final round of the Funai Classic at Disney on Sunday, finished 25 under and picked up his first PGA Tour victory since March 2001. He beat Troy Matteson (70) and Frank Lickliter II (62) by four strokes. First- and second-round leader Justin Rose (69) was fourth at 20 under. The 42-year-old Durant played mistake-free golf down the stretch for his fourth career victory.
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