Bottom Lines

July 01, 2002
July 01, 2002

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July 1, 2002

Bottom Lines

By Sal Johnson Edited By Alan Shipnuck

With his 21st PGA Tour win, Phil Mickelson is now 26th on the
alltime list, tied with Gary Player, among others.... Karrie
Webb nabbed her 27th career title at the Wegmans Rochester by
making up five strokes on Mi Hyun Kim during the final round,
the biggest comeback of Webb's career.... J.C. Snead's victory
at the Greater Baltimore Classic was his first in six years, 11
months and seven days, a Senior tour record for time between
wins. The nephew of Slammin' Sam, who died last month, Snead,
61, is the third-oldest winner in tour history.... Miles
Tunnicliff, winless in eight seasons on the Euro tour, supplied
an emotional victory at the Great North Open. He had promised
his dying mother, Pam, that he would win a tournament for her.
Two weeks after she passed away, he delivered with a four-shot
victory over Sven Struver.

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