Juli Inkster
Juli Inkster made just three bogeys all week at Old Waverly.
  Inskter completes major
domination of Old Waverly

Juli Inkster shattered the U.S. Women's Open scoring record by six shots with her fourth consecutive sub-par round Sunday, finishing 16-under for a five-shot victory over Sherri Turner at Old Waverly Golf Club. It is the 20th title and fourth major for Inkster, who moved another step closer toward eligibility for the World Golf Hall of Fame. FULL STORY  
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    Notebook: Pak not ready to surrender
    Even after a 74 on Saturday that left her 11 strokes behind, Si Re Pak isn't ready to give up her reign as U.S. Women's Open champion.

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    Karrie Webb still hasn't won a major, but a 68 on Saturday put into position to give Juli Inkster a run for her money, says ESPN Golf Online's Bob Harig.

    Open records falling as LPGA players see red
    Juli Inkster and Lorie Kane have already reached the all-time scoring mark halfway through this year's event.

    Notebook: Heat taking its toll
    The umbrellas are out and the makeup running as sweltering weather beats down on players.

    Pak remains in the hunt
    She hasn't had the best of seasons, but Se Ri Pak is putting up a strong fight in her title defense of the U.S. Women's Open, says ESPN Golf Online's Bob Harig.

    Record round puts Kuehne in command
    Kelli Kuehne matched the lowest round in tournament history at 8-under Thursday to lead after the first day at Old Waverly Golf Club.

    Notebook: Chuasiriporn rides the roller coaster
    Jenny Chuasiriporn shot a 33 on the front nine to get to 3-under, but a 44 on the back nine took her out of the hunt.

    Kuehne catches fire in opening round
    The Mississippi weather wasn't the only hot thing Thursday. Kelli Kuehne's opening-round 64 matched the lowest round in U.S. Women's Open history, writes ESPN Golf Online's Bob Harig.

    Pak brings big burden to Open defense
    Se Ri Pak arrives at this year's U.S. Women's Open with a tie for 18th her best finish this season.

    1 Juli Inkster 272 16-under
    2 Sherri Turner 277 11-under
    3 Kelli Kuehne 279 9-under
    4 Lorie Kane 280 8-under
    5 Carin Koch 281 7-under
    5 Meg Mallon 281 7-under
    7 Karrie Webb 282 6-under
    8 Helen Dobson 283 5-under
    8 Maria Hjorth 283 5-under
    8 Catriona Matthew 283 5-under
    8 a-Grace Park 283 5-under
    PURSE: $1.75 million
    SITE:Old Waverly Golf Club, West Point, Miss.
    PAR: 36-36-72


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