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June 11, 2004 | From Associated Press
Annika Sorenstam got mad and finished with two birdies. Grace Park got a good break and then ended her round with two bogeys. Both wound up chasing Jennifer Rosales, who played a steady hand Thursday with a five-under-par 66 in the LPGA Championship at Wilmington, Del.
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February 27, 2005 | From Associated Press
Jennifer Rosales completed a wire-to-wire victory Saturday in the SBS Open, as 15-year-old Michelle Wie made a strong run before finishing two strokes behind in Kahuku, Hawaii. Rosales was aware of Wie, who was playing in the group in front of her. "I heard a lot of roars from the crowd, I knew it was her," Rosales said. "She's an amazing player. There's no doubt about it. She's going to give us a lot of challenges and make us work harder."
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February 26, 2005 | From Associated Press
Michelle Wie shot a second consecutive two-under-par 70 Friday to trail leader Jennifer Rosales by five strokes heading into the final round of the LPGA Tour's season-opening SBS Open at Kahuku, Hawaii. Wie, 15, playing on her home island of Oahu, was tied for fifth at four-under 140 and was one of the early starters who were forced to deal with intermittent showers and ocean winds whipping up to 20 mph. Wie is trying to supplant Marlene Hagge as the youngest golfer to win an LPGA event.
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February 26, 2005 | From Associated Press
Michelle Wie shot a second consecutive two-under-par 70 Friday to trail leader Jennifer Rosales by five strokes heading into the final round of the LPGA Tour's season-opening SBS Open at Kahuku, Hawaii. Wie, 15, playing on her home island of Oahu, was tied for fifth at four-under 140 and was one of the early starters who were forced to deal with intermittent showers and ocean winds whipping up to 20 mph. Wie is trying to supplant Marlene Hagge as the youngest golfer to win an LPGA event.
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May 23, 1998 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Scoreboard shock cost USC freshman Jennifer Rosales sole possession of first place heading into the final round of the NCAA Division I women's golf championship at Madison, Wis. When Rosales glanced up at No. 17 on Friday and realized she had passed Arizona State freshman Grace Park, she got so unnerved she hit her tee shot in the water. "I felt like jumping into the water myself," Rosales said. "I almost fainted. I just saw my name on the scoreboard and thought, 'Oh my God! I'm leading!'
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May 3, 2004 | From Associated Press
Annika Sorenstam is the world's greatest women's player. Grace Park has a major championship. Aree Song hoped to become the youngest winner in LPGA Tour history. Jennifer Rosales beat them all. The 25-year-old former USC standout won for the first time on the women's tour, shooting a seven-under-par 65 on Sunday to overcome all the big names ahead of her at the Chick-fil-A Charity Championship.
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February 27, 2005 | From Associated Press
Jennifer Rosales completed a wire-to-wire victory Saturday in the SBS Open, as 15-year-old Michelle Wie made a strong run before finishing two strokes behind in Kahuku, Hawaii. Rosales was aware of Wie, who was playing in the group in front of her. "I heard a lot of roars from the crowd, I knew it was her," Rosales said. "She's an amazing player. There's no doubt about it. She's going to give us a lot of challenges and make us work harder."
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July 4, 2004 | Bob Herzog, Newsday
She wears white tape on two fingers of her left hand and one finger on her right to prevent the chronic blisters she gets from gripping her golf clubs too tightly. But it's the entire Orchards Golf Club that's in need of a tape job because Jennifer Rosales is blistering the U.S. Women's Open. Though she wears stylish clothes and snazzy orange-tinted wraparound sunglasses, Rosales isn't the hip choice of most spectators, who instead are enamored of No.
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May 19, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jennifer Rosales was only 17 but there she was, facing a decision that would determine the course of her life. Should she go to slumber parties, dances, the beach, same as all the other kids? Or should she continue playing golf, the sport she thought she had dedicated herself to? She sought the advice of a friend, another golfer. Then she took that advice.
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July 4, 2004 | Bob Herzog, Newsday
She wears white tape on two fingers of her left hand and one finger on her right to prevent the chronic blisters she gets from gripping her golf clubs too tightly. But it's the entire Orchards Golf Club that's in need of a tape job because Jennifer Rosales is blistering the U.S. Women's Open. Though she wears stylish clothes and snazzy orange-tinted wraparound sunglasses, Rosales isn't the hip choice of most spectators, who instead are enamored of No.
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June 11, 2004 | From Associated Press
Annika Sorenstam got mad and finished with two birdies. Grace Park got a good break and then ended her round with two bogeys. Both wound up chasing Jennifer Rosales, who played a steady hand Thursday with a five-under-par 66 in the LPGA Championship at Wilmington, Del.
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May 3, 2004 | From Associated Press
Annika Sorenstam is the world's greatest women's player. Grace Park has a major championship. Aree Song hoped to become the youngest winner in LPGA Tour history. Jennifer Rosales beat them all. The 25-year-old former USC standout won for the first time on the women's tour, shooting a seven-under-par 65 on Sunday to overcome all the big names ahead of her at the Chick-fil-A Charity Championship.
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May 19, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jennifer Rosales was only 17 but there she was, facing a decision that would determine the course of her life. Should she go to slumber parties, dances, the beach, same as all the other kids? Or should she continue playing golf, the sport she thought she had dedicated herself to? She sought the advice of a friend, another golfer. Then she took that advice.
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May 23, 1998 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Scoreboard shock cost USC freshman Jennifer Rosales sole possession of first place heading into the final round of the NCAA Division I women's golf championship at Madison, Wis. When Rosales glanced up at No. 17 on Friday and realized she had passed Arizona State freshman Grace Park, she got so unnerved she hit her tee shot in the water. "I felt like jumping into the water myself," Rosales said. "I almost fainted. I just saw my name on the scoreboard and thought, 'Oh my God! I'm leading!'
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