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July 26, 1999
Whitney Wade, Glasgow, Ky.Whitney, 13, became the youngest winner in the 73-year history of the Kentucky Women's Amateur by birdieing the second playoff hole to beat Velvet Milkman, 34. Whitney, who will be a freshman at Glasgow High, was runner-up in the state high school tournament in the last two years.
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July 26, 1999

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Whitney Wade, Glasgow, Ky.
Whitney, 13, became the youngest winner in the 73-year history of the Kentucky Women's Amateur by birdieing the second playoff hole to beat Velvet Milkman, 34. Whitney, who will be a freshman at Glasgow High, was runner-up in the state high school tournament in the last two years.

Greg Sanders, Anchorage
Sanders, 35, a petroleum engineer for ARCO, won his second Alaska Public Links title at Moose Run Golf Course in Anchorage. A two handicapper who has played in one U.S. Mid-Amateur and two U.S. Public Links championships, Sanders has won three of the last four Alaska Petroleum Opens.

Adam Shanks Johnson City, Tenn.
Shanks, 18, won the American Junior Golf Association's Bluegrass Junior in Ashland, Ky., by birdieing the second hole of a playoff against Peter Rivas of New Orleans. Shanks, winner of the 1998 Vince Gill Tennessee PGA Junior Tournament of Champions, will attend Austin Peay on a scholarship in the fall.

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