Women's Open
Juli Inkster won her second U.S. Women's Open and picked up $535,000 for doing it. (Pam Murphy/USGA)

Inkster Charges Back With Magical Round To Win Women’s Open
Prairie Dunes has been kind to Juli Inkster, and she appreciates it.
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Scenes from Round Four
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Jerman, Wongluekiet Tie For Low Amateur
Low amateurs at the U.S. Women's Open have seldom won the title. The lone exception to that is Catherine Lacoste, who won in 1967. Click for more

Notebook: Stupples Finishes Strong After 80
Karen Stupples of England had never made a cut in an LPGA major until the McDonald's LPGA Championship last month when she finished tied for ninth. Click for more

‘Hungry’ Sorenstam Takes Control, Leads By Two Strokes
Hutchinson, Kan. -- When Annika Sorenstam last won the Women’s Open in 1996, she never dreamed it would take her six years to contend again. Click for more

Notebook: Nosebleed Stops Jerman Momentarily
Hutchinson, Kan. -- Good and bad things have happened to Angela Jerman when she has come to Kansas.   Click for more

Windy Day Affects Scores; Lopez Says So Long
Hutchinson, Kan. -- On a wind-filled day at the Women’s Open, Nancy Lopez bid farewell, two-time defending champ Karrie Webb missed the cut and no one emerged as a clear-cut favorite.Click for more

Lopez, Sheehan, King: A Class Of Their Own
Hutchinson, Kan. -- Now and then, a single small moment comes along that dusts off our finest memories, shines them up, and parades them in front of our grateful eyes. Click for more

Player Diary: Nancy Lopez - Round Two
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Open Field Boasted Of Curtis Cup Team Members
Hutchinson, Kan. -- Last week, the 2002 United States Curtis Cup team got together for a little practice at Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pa., but it turned out to be a wonderful warm-up for this week's U.S. Women's Open. Click for more

Notebook: Webb Can't Repeat
Hutchinson, Kan. -- After shooting 79-73 to go 12 over par at the U.S. Women's Open on Friday, Karrie Webb joined the exclusive company of those players who won two consecutive U.S. Women's Opens and couldn't win the third. Click for more

Unisys and the USGA
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The Unisys Scoring System
Unisys has been involved in golf scoring and TV graphic production since 1980. It is the cornerstone of its entire sports program. Click for more

Unisys' Windstick Stirs up Publicity
Unisys Corp. is known for producing the big stuff: heavy duty business computers, software, and services. One of the Blue Bell company's more successful products, however, was created in an employee's garage. Click for more


Stacy Prammanasudh Added To Field
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Sectional Qualifying Ends

VALENCIA, Calif. -- Twelve USGA champions, including the current U.S. Girls' Junior champion, highlight the list of players who have earned spots in the 150-player field for the 2002 U.S. Women's Open through sectional qualifying, which was held at eight sites and concluded June 18 in Rochester, N.Y. Click for more

U.S. Women's Open Fact Sheet
- Prairie Dunes Country Club is set up at 6,267/6,293 yards and par is 35-35--70.

ARCHITECT - Prairie Dunes was built in two stages. The front nine was designed by Perry Maxwell and opened in 1937. The back nine was designed by his son, Press Maxwell, and opened in 1957. Click for more

2001 Recap  
2001 Recap: Webb Weaves Her Magic Again, Defends Title
Pine Needles, N.C. -- Karrie Webb calmly sank her last putt for birdie, kissed her ball and then threw it in the stands.
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