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2003 U.S. Women's Money List

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U.S. Women's Open Audio Interviews
· Angela Stanford
· Kelly Robbins
· Hilary Lunke

Notebook: Sorenstam Disappointed Again

Fresh Air and Light

Danielís Honesty At 1982 Womenís Open May Have Cost Her

Notebook: Nicholas Within Striking Distance

Notebook: Lots Of Amateurs, But Not A Record

Perhaps It Was About The Witches For Jones

Player Diary - Se Ri Pak - Thursday

Amateurs Lucidi, Jackson Thrilled At Opportunity

At 43, Inkster Still A Threat

Youngest Open Winner Ever, Pak Revisits 1998 Win

Sorenstam, Webb Linked To Opens, To Each Other

Womenís Open Turns 50 With USGA; Rawls Reflects on í53 Title

Young Pumpkin Ridge Making Its Mark With USGA


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A wave of emotion overcomes Hilary Lunke Monday after draining a 15-foot putt that sealed the victory. (John Mummert/USGA)
Wow! Lunke Finishes Thriller With Win

North Plains, Ore. Ė For what itís worth, sequels hardly ever live up to the original. Drab, superficial, non-provocative comes to mind.

None of that would apply Monday on the Witch Hollow course at Pumpkin Ridge.

In a stunning and epic ending similar to a day earlier, Hilary Lunke staved off a sudden-death playoff after rolling in a 15-footer for birdie on the 18th hole to win the 58th U.S. Womenís Open. Lunke outlasted Angela Stanford and Kelly Robbins for her first win, a major no less, as a professional. She carded a 1-under 70 and 2-under total 353. More...






Hilary Lunke -1 F
Angela Stanford E F
Kelly Robbins +2 F






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