Woe is Webb
Karrie Webb was on her way to her seventh LPGA title of the year, but got caught up in the Minnesota rough. The shot that doomed her was her fourth at the par-5 finishing hole, a bunker shot that flew over the green. Had she blasted onto the green, she could have at least two-putted to tie Se Ri Pak. Instead, she had to chip on from over the green, missed the putt and lost by one.
Headed for the big time
Glen Hnatiuk won the Nike Tour's Tri-Cities Open on Sunday, all but assuring himself a PGA Tour card for 2000. Hnatiuk (NATCH-ik), a Canadian who lives in Homosassa and plays out of World Woods, boosted his earnings to $146,839, good for fifth place. The top 15 money winners earn their PGA Tour card.
Although he tied for third, Lee Janzen missed out on another chance at victory by shooting 76 in the final round of the Canadian Open on Sunday. Janzen has not won since his 1998 U.S. Open title and has missed seven cuts this year. In his past 12 tournaments, Janzen has just three finishes among the top 20.
Seven isn't her lucky number
"Obviously, I'm a little bitter right now. But there's not too many times I'm going to be in that situation to make double to lose. That's something I never expected, but I tried my hardest on every one of those seven shots."
_ KARRIE WEBB
who made double-bogey 7 at the last hole of the World Championship of Women's Golf to lose by one stroke to Se Ri Pak