Meg-nificent!

Meg Mallon raises her arms in triumph on the 18th green after sinking her par putt to close out her second Open title. (John Mummert/USGA)

Mallon Relies On Hot Putter To Win Second Open Title

South Hadley, Mass. – At 41, Meg Mallon thought her days of winning the U.S. Women’s Open were over. Boy, was she wrong.

In winning the 59th U.S. Women’s Open at the Orchards Golf Club Sunday, Mallon was a putting maestro on the 6,473-yard, par-71 layout. She fired a 6-under 65 for a 72-hole championship total of 10-under 274 for a two-stroke victory and her second Open title, the last one coming in 1991.

The 13 years between first and last Open titles is the longest in history, surpassing the six-year span for Hollis Stacy. The 65 also was the lowest final-round score by a Women’s Open champion and it matched the lowest score in the final round by anyone in the championship’s storied history. More...

 

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Notebooks:
Mallon’s Marks For The History Book
Showing ‘Em How It Is Done
Alternate Makes Cut
Course Crew Busy While Players Wait
Fay Says Wie Deserved Exemption
Tough Open Luck Hasn’t Fazed Sorenstam

 Unisys At The U.S. Women's Open
 Unisys Excels in High-Pressure Setting
 Unisys Golf Scoring System
 Unisys In Sports
 Unisys, Rugby And Golf
 A Worldwide Team
 
Mallon More Magical Than The Others
Money List
Rosales Rosy
Wie, Creamer Still Hanging Around
Hanging In There
Two Veterans Rediscover That Contending Feeling
The True Faces Of Golf
Four Amateurs Make The Grade
Defending Champ Hangs On
Rosales Runs Up Board
Sorenstam Climbs Leader Board
Lincicome Leads
Amateur Steals the Show
Pepper Says Goodbye To Golf
Strong Finish Helps Lunke
Wie Sends A Statement
Pos Player Total Thru
1Meg Mallon-10F
2Annika Sorenstam-8F
3Kelly Robbins-6F
4Jennifer Rosales-3F
5Michele Redman-2F
 Candie Kung-2F
7Jeong Jang-1F
 Moira Dunn-1F


The Orchards At A Glance


Orchards Golf Club
South Hadley, MA
Yardage: 6,473 yards
Par: 36-35 – 71
Defending champion: Hilary Lunke
Opened: 1922
Designer: Donald Ross    More...








   
 


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