Bank of Montreal Canadian Women's Open
Bank of Montreal Canadian Women's Open
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 Dates: Thursday, August 16th through Sunday, August 19th
 Site: Angus Glen Golf Club (South Course), Markham, Ontario, Canada
 Course Architect: Doug Carrick (1995)
 Par: 72
 Yardage: 6,385
 Hole-by-Hole: 1 - Par 4 389 Yds         10 - Par 4 379 Yds
               2 - Par 3 154 Yds         11 - Par 4 367 Yds
               3 - Par 4 375 Yds         12 - Par 3 139 Yds
               4 - Par 4 394 Yds         13 - Par 4 371 Yds
               5 - Par 4 352 Yds         14 - Par 5 485 Yds
               6 - Par 3 187 Yds         15 - Par 4 386 Yds
               7 - Par 5 504 Yds         16 - Par 5 459 Yds
               8 - Par 4 357 Yds         17 - Par 3 177 Yds
               9 - Par 5 507 Yds         18 - Par 4 403 Yds
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                    36 3,219 Yds               36 3,166 Yds
 Annual: 1st
 Total Purse: $1,200,000
 Shares: 1st Place - $180,000; 2nd Place - 111,711; 3rd Place - 81,519
                           Top Contenders in the Field
 Brandie Burton        - Has made the cut in 16 of 19 events, 5 top-10's
 Beth Daniel           - Three-time third-place finisher this year
 Laura Diaz            - 6th on money list with four second-place finishes
 Moira Dunn            - Tied for 2nd last week with 3 rounds in the 60's
 Maria Hjorth          - Has seven top-five finishes with four runner-ups
 Juli Inkster          - Tied for 11th at Compaq Open in Europe last week
 Rosie Jones           - Finished 4th last week with final round of 66
 Lorie Kane            - 10th on money list with 1 win and nine top-10's
 Betsy King            - 11th on the all-time win list with 34 victories
 Meg Mallon            - Won the last event held in Canada, 2000 du Maurier
 Se Ri Pak             - Eight of 17 starts have resulted in top-5, 4 are wins
 Kelly Robbins         - A perfect 17-for-17 in cuts made with 5 top-10's
 Annika Sorenstam      - 5 wins and 4 seconds this year, 1st on money list
 Rachel Teske          - 12th on money list with one win and 4 top-10's
 Karrie Webb           - World #1 has 2 wins (US Open, McDonald's) in 2001
 Golftoday Network Selections
 Pick to Win - Karrie Webb
 Darkhorse   - Kelli Kuehne
 Last week's Pick to win (Dottie Pepper) - Finished tied for 27th
 Last week's Darkhorse (Catriona Matthew) - Finished tied for 9th
      For the 29th consecutive year, the LPGA Tour will stop in Canada, as
 play begins this week at the inaugural Bank of Montreal Canadian Women's
 Open. This event is one of six international events on the LPGA Tour in 2001.
 Lorie Kane will attempt to become only the second Canadian to win an LPGA
 event on home soil. In 1973, Jocelyne Bourassa captured La Canadienne which
 was also in its first year. There are six LPGA players in the event from
 Canada. Joining Kane are: Dawn Coe-Jones, A.J. Eathorne, Gail Graham, Nancy
 Harvey and Marie-Josee Rouleau. The last event held in Canada was the 2000 du
 Maurier Classic won by Meg Mallon. The event was cancelled due to legislation
 passed by the Canadian government banning title sports sponsorship by tobacco
 companies. Next week the LPGA Tour moves to Pennsylvania for the First Union
 Betsy King Classic at Berkleigh Country Club where Michele Redman will defend
 her title.


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