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Match No.TimeTeePlayerHometownQualifying Score
9:00 am1Akemi Nakata KhaiatJapan
Ellie LaytonRochester, Minn.
9:09 am1Jane FitzgeraldKensington, Md.
Lisa McGillPhiladelphia, Pa.
9:18 am1Patty MooreCharlotte, N.C.
Gigi HigginsCape Coral, Fla.
9:27 am1Ellen PortSt. Louis, Mo.
Lisa SmegoOlympia, Wash.
9:36 am1Marilyn HardyHouston, Texas
Sandra WoodruffSanta Cruz, Calif.
9:45 am1Kareen MarkleMeridian, Idaho
Leigh KlasseSt. Anthony, Minn.
9:54 am1Brenda PictorMarietta, Ga.
Michelle BurgessRancho Santa Fe, Calif.
10:03 am1Taffy BrowerBoynton Beach, Fla.
Kathy KurataPasadena, Calif.
10:12 am1Lynne CowanRocklin, Calif.
Juvy TimanWatsonville, Calif.
10:21 am1Tanna RichardFort Smith, Ark.
Kathleen KolarRancho Mirage, Calif.
10:30 am1Liz WaynickScottsdale, Ariz.
Anna SchultzRockwall, Texas
10:39 am1Becky NealMansfield, Texas
Jewell MalickRockwall, Texas
10:48 am1Helene MaxeSweden
Peggy BradyHuntersville, N.C.
10:57 am1Mary Ann HaywardCanada
Julie MassaHolt, Mich.
11:06 am1Mary Jane HiestandNaples, Fla.
Therese QuinnJacksonville, Fla.
11:15 am1Terri FrohnmayerSalem, Ore.
Linda PearsonGlendale, Calif.
11:24 am1Mina HardinFt Worth, Texas
Mary PetrovichWest Bloomfield, Mich.
11:33 am1Sydney WellsMenominee, Mich.
Cindy MorrisPortsmouth, Va.
11:42 am1Marie-Therese TortiCanada
Karen FerreeHilton Head, S.C.
11:51 am1Kim EatonTempe, Ariz.
Sue McMurdyIndiana, Pa.
12:00 pm1Caryn WilsonRancho Mirage, Calif.
Maureen SheehanGrayslake, Ill.
12:09 pm1Leilani NormanEugene, Ore.
Mary BudkePalm Springs, Calif.
12:18 pm1Lisa SchlesingerLaytonsville, Md.
Amy DickisonRowley, Mass.
12:27 pm1Pamela KuongWellesley Hills, Mass.
Carol S ThompsonSewickley, Pa.
12:36 pm1Martha LeachHebron, Ky.
Laura CarsonLake Bluff, Ill.
12:45 pm1Sue WoosterAustralia
Lin McMillanPalm Coast, Fla.
12:54 pm1Corey WeworskiCarlsbad, Calif.
Alexandra FrazierWest Conshohocken, Pa.
1:03 pm1Helene ChartrandCanada
Carolyn CreekmoreDallas, Texas
1:12 pm1Sherry HermanHolmdel, N.J.
Deborah AndersonRancho Mirage, Calif.
1:21 pm1Rachel MoreauxSan Rafael, Calif.
Joan HigginsGlendora, Calif.
1:30 pm1Susan CohnPalm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Nancy KromarAustin, Texas
1:39 pm1Carol SarkissianChino Hills, Calif.
Marianne TowerseyPebble Beach, Calif.

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