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May 9, 1994
Jin Park, a 14-year-old golfer from Fullerton, won the 70th Long Beach match-play championship Sunday at Skylinks golf course. Park won the 36-hole event with a par on the final hole. He beat 25-year-old Mike Davis of Yorba Linda. Davis had beaten Park in the first round last year.
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March 28, 1998
Alemany boys' basketball Coach Jin Park has resigned after one season. The Indians were 2-20 this season, 1-11 in Mission League play. The school has begun a search for a replacement. * Anita Ortega, who played for UCLA's NCAA championship women's basketball team in 1978, will be the featured speaker at today's Times Basketball Awards Brunch at the Warner Center Hilton in Woodland Hills.
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March 28, 1998
Alemany boys' basketball Coach Jin Park has resigned after one season. The Indians were 2-20 this season, 1-11 in Mission League play. The school has begun a search for a replacement. * Anita Ortega, who played for UCLA's NCAA championship women's basketball team in 1978, will be the featured speaker at today's Times Basketball Awards Brunch at the Warner Center Hilton in Woodland Hills.
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February 23, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jin Park--who muddled through mediocre play last year and splashed through puddles on Tuesday--was almost too angry with himself to revel in the moment. Park, at 16 one of the youngest players ever to qualify for the Nissan Open, shot eight-over-par 79 in the first round Thursday at Riviera Country Club, leaving him far off the pace and unlikely to make the cut. When he finished late Thursday, Park, a junior at Sunny Hills, wasn't ready to celebrate his first PGA tournament.
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February 23, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER
Jin Park, one of the youngest players to qualify for the Nissan Open, began Thursday's first round a wide-eyed 16-year-old and left a media darling, at least in Korea. Park, who shot a 68 Friday at Chino to qualify for the event, was followed throughout the day by two local Korean television stations, two reporters from local Korean newspapers and three correspondents from newspapers in Korea. It was a long walk for all. Park, a junior at Fullerton Sunny Hills High, shot a 79.
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February 23, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jin Park--who muddled through mediocre play last year and splashed through puddles on Tuesday--was almost too angry with himself to revel in the moment. Park, at 16 one of the youngest players ever to qualify for the Nissan Open, shot eight-over-par 79 in the first round Thursday at Riviera Country Club, leaving him far off the pace and unlikely to make the cut. When he finished late Thursday, Park, a junior at Sunny Hills, wasn't ready to celebrate his first PGA tournament.
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July 26, 1996
Jin Park of Fullerton, Nate Blauer of Trabuco Canyon and Adam Ainbinder of Huntington Beach advanced to match play Thursday in the U.S. Junior Amateur Golf Championship in Flagstaff, Ariz. Park shot 68-78--146 to finish tied for fifth in stroke-play qualifying. Blauer shot 76-78--154. Ainbinder shot 77-78--155. He made the cut by one stroke.
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April 8, 1996
Jin Park of Fullerton finished fifth at the Junior Golf Assn. Taylor Made Woodlands Classic at The Woodlands Country Club's North Course Sunday in Woodlands, Texas. Park, from Sunny Hills High, shot a five-under 67 in the final round and finished at 145. Grant Smith of Tempe, Ariz., shot 68 Sunday and won with a score of 141. Stephen Wagner of Mission Viejo shot rounds of 74 and 72 for a 146.
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June 9, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jin Park, from Fullerton, and Nicolas Loar from Rockwell, Tex. shot a 71 and are tied for the lead after the first round at the Big Red Team Championships in McKinney, Tex. Miscellany Pole vaulter Sergei Bubka will be leaping for his 17th outdoor world record tonight in the IAAF Golden Gala Grand Prix at Rome.
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February 23, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER
Jin Park, one of the youngest players to qualify for the Nissan Open, began Thursday's first round a wide-eyed 16-year-old and left a media darling, at least in Korea. Park, who shot a 68 Friday at Chino to qualify for the event, was followed throughout the day by two local Korean television stations, two reporters from local Korean newspapers and three correspondents from newspapers in Korea. It was a long walk for all. Park, a junior at Fullerton Sunny Hills High, shot a 79.
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May 9, 1994
Jin Park, a 14-year-old golfer from Fullerton, won the 70th Long Beach match-play championship Sunday at Skylinks golf course. Park won the 36-hole event with a par on the final hole. He beat 25-year-old Mike Davis of Yorba Linda. Davis had beaten Park in the first round last year.
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July 17, 1991 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Tiger Woods, five-time junior world champion, is six strokes behind the leader after shooting a two-over 74 Tuesday in the boys' 15-17 division of the Optimist Junior World Championships. Woods, 15, of Cypress, blamed his sub-par round on his putting. He said he had trouble reading the greens on the Torrey Pines South course. The leader, Dan Dalton of Huntington Beach, who graduated from Marina High and attends UCLA, shot a 69.
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May 29, 1997 | MARTIN BECK
Sunny Hills senior Jin Park will be one of the favorites Friday at the Southern Section boys' individual golf championship at Canyon Country Club in Palm Springs. Park, the Empire League champion, finished tied for fourth in the event last year and tied for sixth as a freshman. Michael Chavez, a senior from Santa Barbara San Marcos, is the defending champion. He tied Nick Ramirez of La Verne Damien for the title last year. Ramirez is on the golf team at Saddleback College.
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