Match Play - Finals

In-Bee Park Becomes Second Youngest Player To Win Girls’ Junior

Match Play - Semifinals

Tangtiphaiboontana, Park To Meet In Girls’ Junior Final

Match Play - Quarterfinals

Field Dwindles To Eight; Medalist Still Alive

Match Play - Round 3

Field Is Reduced To 32; Medalist Park Advances

Match Play - Round 2

Medalist Park Chugs Past Brown In First Round Of Match Play

Match Play - Round 1

Twelve Players Battle For 6 Spots; In-Bee Park Is Medalist

Stroke Play - End-of-Day - Round 2

Play Halted For Day With 48 Players On Course; In-Bee Park Still Leads

Stroke Play - Mid-Day - Round 2

Play Halted, But Not Before Leader Park Shoots 2-Under Round

Stroke Play - End-of-Day - Round 1

In-Bee Park, 14, Only Player To Break Par At Girls’ Junior

Stroke Play - Mid-Day - Round 1

Three Tied For Lead After Morning Round At 2002 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship

Features

An Audio Interview with the Champion

A Look At The Semifinalists

Brady Trying To Follow In Footsteps Of Mom

Buelow, 11, Not Intimidated By Championship

How They Got There
Sectional Qualifying Results



RECAP: Perrot Wins 2001 Girls' Junior

Mission Hills, Kan. -- Nicole Perrot, 17, of Santiago, Chile, birdied the 10th hole of a seesaw match to gain the lead for good to defeat Whitney Welch, 17, of Las Vegas, Nev., 3 and 2, at the 2001 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship at Indian Hills Country Club in Mission Hills, Kan.
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