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Not-so-ancient amateur shoots an albatross

July 31, 2018
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Teenage Japanese star Ai Miyazato equalled the Royal Pines courserecord of 63 on Thursday and then, yesterday, 18-year-old Americanamateur Tiffany Joh came along to repeat the effort. (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 February, 2005)
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A third-round five-under 67 has given Karrie Webb a sniff of apossible fifth Australian Ladies Masters victory. (The Age — 27 February, 2005)
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Tiffany JOH had 213 yards left to the pin on the par-five ninth hole at Royal Pines yesterday. She hit a five wood second shot that looked to race past the pin and head for the back bunker. (The Australian — 26 February, 2005)
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Karrie WEBB had just shot a third round 67 and was asked if she could win the Ladies Masters from four shots behind the leader Ai Miyazato. (The Australian — 28 February, 2005)
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Karrie WEBB said this week that Ai Miyazato had electrified golf in Japan. Yesterday she ran a few thousand volts through the Gold Coast. And everybody got a little fried. (The Australian — 14 hours ago)
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Karrie Webb overcame a four-stroke deficit in three holes Sunday on the way to a 5-under-par 67 to win the ANZ Ladies Masters for the fifth time. (CNN — 27 February, 2005)
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Us teenage amateur Tiffany Joh came out of the blue today to equal the course record of 63 at the ANZ Ladies Masters with the help of a career-first albatross. (The Australian — 25 February, 2005)
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Karrie Webb yesterday emerged from a week of virtual anonymity,hidden from view by the hysteria which followed the every step ofteenage Japanese star Ai Miyazato, to win a fifth Australian LadiesMasters title at Royal Pines. (Sydney Morning Herald — 28 February, 2005)
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David Toms beat Chris DiMarco by a record 6 and 5 in the all-American final of the WGC World Matchplay championship on Sunday. (CNN — 1 March, 2005)
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