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July 11, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Beth Daniel had a scrambling par on the final hole to finish with a two-under-par 70 and take a one-stroke lead Thursday in the storm-delayed and uncompleted first round of the 41st U.S. Women's Open golf tournament at Kettering, Ohio. Nine players were halted by darkness on the NCR Country Club course, which was lashed by a morning thunderstorm. Those players marked their positions and are scheduled to return early today to complete their rounds.
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July 2, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Left out of most conversations about top young American players, 29-year-old Cristie Kerr won the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday at Southern Pines, N.C., by making only two bogeys over her final 45 holes. It was the first major title for Kerr, who finished at five-under-par 279 and earned $560,000 for the 10th victory of her career, which began when she turned pro after high school. It meant another disappointing finish for the world's No.
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July 2, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Left out of most conversations about top young American players, 29-year-old Cristie Kerr won the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday at Southern Pines, N.C., by making only two bogeys over her final 45 holes. It was the first major title for Kerr, who finished at five-under-par 279 and earned $560,000 for the 10th victory of her career, which began when she turned pro after high school. It meant another disappointing finish for the world's No.
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July 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
Merely a bystander during so many great moments in women's golf, Meg Mallon celebrated one of her own Sunday in the U.S. Women's Open. Mallon had the lowest final round by a champion in the 59-year history of the Women's Open, a six-under-par 65 that allowed her to erase a three-shot deficit against Jennifer Rosales and leave Annika Sorenstam in a hopeless pursuit. Mallon finished at 10-under 274 for a two-shot victory over Sorenstam at Orchards Golf Club.
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July 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
Merely a bystander during so many great moments in women's golf, Meg Mallon celebrated one of her own Sunday in the U.S. Women's Open. Mallon had the lowest final round by a champion in the 59-year history of the Women's Open, a six-under-par 65 that allowed her to erase a three-shot deficit against Jennifer Rosales and leave Annika Sorenstam in a hopeless pursuit. Mallon finished at 10-under 274 for a two-shot victory over Sorenstam at Orchards Golf Club.
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July 2, 2004 | From Times News Services
A teenage amateur with a penchant for giggles and tears, whose father is her caddie, tore up Orchards Golf Club on Thursday to grab the lead after a thunderstorm-delayed first day at the U.S. Women's Open. Oh yes, Michelle Wie had a decent day too. But though the crowd at South Hadley, Mass., was much larger for the 14-year-old from Hawaii, the score was much better for 18-year-old Brittany Lincicome from Florida's Gulf Coast.
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July 28, 1992 | From Associated Press
Just as she did two years ago, Patty Sheehan broke into tears at the completion of the U.S. Women's Open. "Two years ago, they were tears of sadness," the emotionally drained Sheehan said. "Today they are tears of joy." Sheehan, who blew a nine-shot lead over the last two rounds of the 1990 Open, shoved aside that haunting memory Monday with a scrambling playoff victory over her closest friend, Juli Inkster, on Oakmont's treacherous greens.
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July 2, 2004 | From Times News Services
A teenage amateur with a penchant for giggles and tears, whose father is her caddie, tore up Orchards Golf Club on Thursday to grab the lead after a thunderstorm-delayed first day at the U.S. Women's Open. Oh yes, Michelle Wie had a decent day too. But though the crowd at South Hadley, Mass., was much larger for the 14-year-old from Hawaii, the score was much better for 18-year-old Brittany Lincicome from Florida's Gulf Coast.
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July 28, 1992 | From Associated Press
Just as she did two years ago, Patty Sheehan broke into tears at the completion of the U.S. Women's Open. "Two years ago, they were tears of sadness," the emotionally drained Sheehan said. "Today they are tears of joy." Sheehan, who blew a nine-shot lead over the last two rounds of the 1990 Open, shoved aside that haunting memory Monday with a scrambling playoff victory over her closest friend, Juli Inkster, on Oakmont's treacherous greens.
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July 11, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Beth Daniel had a scrambling par on the final hole to finish with a two-under-par 70 and take a one-stroke lead Thursday in the storm-delayed and uncompleted first round of the 41st U.S. Women's Open golf tournament at Kettering, Ohio. Nine players were halted by darkness on the NCR Country Club course, which was lashed by a morning thunderstorm. Those players marked their positions and are scheduled to return early today to complete their rounds.
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