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Miller & Daniel win by five shots

Johnny Miller and Beth Daniel won the inaugural Hall of Fame Golf Challenge today, closing with a 9-under 63 for a five-stroke victory.

``We both played very solid and I would guess that we both could have been around 9 under had we posted our own score,'' Miller said after the pair finished the best-ball event at 20-under 196.

``We only had to make one putt of around 10 feet to save par. Otherwise, we were going for birdies on most every hole.''

For Daniel, the win culminated an exciting three days that started with her induction into the Hall of Fame.

``This has all been pretty unbelievable,'' Daniel said. ``To have all those great Hall of Fame golfers in attendance on Monday at the induction really meant a lot to me. I didn't play that great on Monday prior to the ceremonies, but I guess that (induction ceremonies) must have inspired me because I played really well on Tuesday and Wednesday.''

Daniel and Miller, who split $200,000, combined for 25 birdies and just one bogey in the 54-hole competition.

Kathy Whitworth and J.C. Snead shot a 66 to finish second at 201. JoAnne Carner-Bob Charles (65) and Juli Inkster and Roberto De Vicenzo (65) tied for third at 202.


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