July 14, 1990
Leta Lindley of Carlsbad took first place Friday in the Las Vegas Founders' Legacy Junior golf tournament at Green Valley, Nev. Lindley shot a final-round 73 for a three-round total of 220 on the par-72 Legacy course. Lindley defeated Patti Sinn of Bellflower by three shots. Todd Demsey of Rancho Sante Fe finished second in the boys' 15-18 division with a final total of 216. Demsey shot a final-round 71 and finished eight shots behind winner Trip Kuehne of Dallas.
September 27, 2009 |
Lorena Ochoa birdied five of her last seven holes for a seven-under-par 65 on Saturday for a share of the lead with Sophie Gustafson after the third round of the CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge at Danville, Calif. Ochoa, winless in 10 starts since taking the Corona Championship in her native Mexico in April, was four shots back after 10 holes, then used her strong finish -- including a 16-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole -- to match Gustafson at 16-under 200. Gustafson, winless since 2003, had a 66. Angela Stanford and Sun Young Yoo were six strokes back at 10 under after 69s, and Paula Creamer (69)
August 18, 1989 |
Defensive lineman George Glaze and running back Ron Slack were injured in football workouts at San Diego State Thursday. Glaze, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound freshman from San Fernando, injured his hip during pass rushing drills when he slipped, and someone fell on him. He is out indefinitely. Slack, a 5-11, 190-pound senior who was competing at running back with Darrin Wagner, sprained an ankle but should be back in a couple of days.
July 16, 1985
Players representing 27 countries and 36 states will be in San Diego starting today for the 18th annual Optimist Junior World Golf Championships. The four-day event will be staged in eight classes on five courses throughout the county. Neil Simms of Honolulu, last year's runner-up, is among the favorites in the boys' 15-17 division which will be played today through Friday at the Torrey Pines North Course.
June 15, 2002 |
Annika Sorenstam shot a seven-under-par 65 Friday to take a four-shot lead after three rounds of the LPGA Evian Masters at Evian-Les-Bains, France. Sorenstam has a three-round total of 16-under 200, four shots ahead of Mi Hyun Kim, who had a 68 for a 12-under 204, and five strokes better than Cristie Kerr (67), Leta Lindley (70) and Se Ri Pak (70) at 205. Vicki Goetz-Ackerman shot a 67 to move into sixth place at 206. Second-round leader Karin Icher had a 73 and slipped to seventh place at 207.
June 14, 2002 |
Annika Sorenstam and Se Ri Pak, winners of the LPGA's first two majors this season, moved within a stroke of the lead Thursday midway through the Evian Masters. Sorenstam had five birdies in a round of 67 and Pak had an eagle and eight birdies in a 64 for 36-hole totals of 135, one shot behind Karin Icher of France. Becoming the first French player to lead the tournament, Icher had a six-under-par 66 for a 10-under total and stretched her streak of bogey-free holes to 47.