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The Week June 19-25
July 02, 2001
?Karrieer SlamWebb, 26, becomes the youngest woman to win all four of the LPGA major championships.
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July 02, 2001

The Week June 19-25

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Karrie Webb

Laura Davies

Foreign Slam

Slamming foreigners

36 on Sunday

18 on Monday

Front-nine Coverage...

...by Gary McCord

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Bunker Cam

?Karrieer Slam
Webb, 26, becomes the youngest woman to win all four of the LPGA major championships.

?Viva Sergio!
Westchester may soon be history, but Sergio Garc�a appears as if he'll be around awhile.

?BSTNWAM
?With 14 W's but none in the big ones, Larry Nelson is the Senior version of Phil Mickelson.

?Underdogs
Among the top 10 in Euro Ryder Cup points, Andrew Coltart is one of six with a win in 2001.

? LPGA

After a second-round 64, Webb never relinquished the lead at the McDonald's LPGA Championship at DuPont Country Club in Wilmington, Del., and won her second consecutive major, by two shots over Laura Diaz, with a 14-under 270....

Besides Webb, who has won five of the last eight majors, the other women to win a career Grand Slam (and their ages when they did so) are Mickey Wright (27), Louise Suggs (33), Pat Bradley (35) and Juli Inkster (39).

? PGA

Garc�a, winning for the second time in six weeks, tied the Buick Classic record with a 16-under 268 to beat Scott Hoch by three shots....

Next April, CBS will show all 18 holes of the Masters on the weekend, increasing its coverage from 5� to 7� hours.

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