Bottom Lines

Aug. 05, 2002
Aug. 05, 2002

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Aug. 5, 2002

Bottom Lines

By Sal Johnson Edited By Alan Shipnuck

J.P. Hayes's 61 at the John Deere Classic was the lowest score
on the PGA Tour this year....Robert Gamez's runner-up finish
pushes his 2002 earnings to $672,343, ensuring that he will
finish in the top 125 for the first time since 1997....Heading
into the Big Apple Classic, Annika Sorenstam was 28-11 in
tournaments in which she had a lead going into the final round.
Make it 28-12; she closed with a 70 that left her a stroke out
of the Hee-Won Han-Gloria Park playoff, won by Han....Bob Gilder
became the first Senior to win playoffs in consecutive weeks
with a sudden-death victory over John Mahaffey at the
FleetBoston Classic....Tobias Dier of Germany cruised to a
wire-to-wire victory at the Dutch Open, thanks to a 60 in the
first round, tying nine others for the lowest score in European
tour history.

This is an article from the Aug. 5, 2002 issue