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August 03, 2003

The last time the Women's British Open was played at Royal Lytham
and St. Annes, in 1998, the average score was 77.99--the highest
in a full-field event in 14 years. Sherri Steinhauer, who opened
with a nine-over 81, went on to become the first LPGA winner to
shoot a round in the 80s since Carol Mann's 83 in the first round
of the '64 Women's Western Open. Here's how some key players
fared at Lytham in '98.

'98 FINISH SCORE

Karrie Webb 5th 76-76-71-73 296
Betsy King T6th 71-77-72-77 297
Annika Sorenstam 11th 75-73-77-74 299
Juli Inkster 11th 75-75-76-73 299
Se Ri Pak 34th 78-74-79-77 308
Laura Davies CUT 79-79 158

COLOR PHOTO: ROBERT BECK (SORENSTAM) Sorenstam

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)