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2006-08-06 13:48:13

By Elspeth Burnside LYTHAM (Reuters) - Review of the fourth round of the women's British Open at Royal Lytham & St Anne's on Sunday: Sherri Steinhauer of the U.S. shot a final round 72 to win the championship for a third time. On seven under par 281, she finished three shots ahead of American Cristie Kerr and Sweden's Sophie Gustafson. American Juli Inkster and Mexico's Lorena Ochoa, who both shot 73, tied for fourth on three under par. Steinhauer, who won at Lytham in 1998 and...

2006-08-05 11:46:31

By Elspeth Burnside LYTHAM (Reuters) - Review of the third round at the women's British Open at Royal Lytham & St Anne's on Saturday: * American Sherri Steinhauer, a two-time former winner, leads on seven-under-par 209 after a third round 66. The 43-year-old had four birdies and an eagle three at the long 15th where she holed a long, snaking putt. * Teenager Michelle Wie, who was penalized two shots for touching a loose impediment in a bunker on her backswing in round two, shot...

2006-08-05 10:55:42

By Elspeth Burnside LYTHAM (Reuters) - Latest from the third round at the women's British Open at Royal Lytham & St Anne's on Saturday: * American Sherri Steinhauer, a two-time former winner, set the clubhouse target of seven-under-par 209 after a third round 66. The 43-year-old had four birdies and an eagle three at the long 15th where she holed a long, snaking putt. * Steinhauer won the first of her British Opens at Lytham in 1998 and retained it at Woburn the following year....


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