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World Champs!
Team USA claims Toyota Junior World Cup

MINAKUCHI, Japan ? The United States shot even par to hold off South Africa and win the 2004 Toyota Junior World Golf Cup at the 7,006-yard, par 72 bear?s Paw Country Club in Minakuchi, Japan. The title was the USA?s first since 2000 and sixth overall. South Africa?s Matthew Kent was two-under-par for the round to win the individual title by seven strokes. (more)

U.S. Fires Tournament Record at Toyota Junior World Golf Cup
Kizzire fires record 31 on back nine

MINAKUCHI, Japan ? The United States fired a tournament single-round record 204 during the third round of the Toyota Junior World Golf Cup at the 7,006-yard, par 72 bear?s Paw Country Club in Minakuchi, Japan. The 204 moves the U.S. squad to 25-under 623 - a three-round tournament record - and widened its lead over second place South Africa to four strokes. South Africa?s Matthew Kent made 66 and improved his lead over Garrett Sapp of the United States to two shots. (more)

United States Retains Lead After Toyota World Golf Cup Second Round
Sapp shoots 68 to fall to second place

MINAKUCHI, Japan ? The United States shot six-under par 210 for a two-round 13-under par 419 to retain a two-stroke lead over Canada and South Africa after the second round of the Toyota Junior World Golf Cup. South Africa?s Matthew Kent broke the tournament and course record by firing an eight-under 64 to move past Garrett Sapp of the United States and Spain?s Pablo Martin Benavides for a one-stroke lead at the 7,006-yard, par 72 bear?s Paw Country Club in Minakuchi, Japan. The former tournament record was set by Japan?s Yusaku Miyazato in 1996. (more)

USA Leads after Opening Round of Toyota World Junior Golf Cup
America?s Sapp fires course-record 67

MINAKUCHI, Japan ? The United States tallied an opening round seven-under 209 for a two-stroke lead over Canada and defending champion Korea at the Toyota World Junior Golf Cup. South Africa posted a four-under 212 to sit three shots back at the 7,006-yard, par 72 bear?s Paw Country Club in Minakuchi, Shiga-Prefecture, Japan. USA?s Garrett Sapp leads the tournament individually after a course-record five-under 67. (more)

Arnold Palmer Honorary Captain of U.S. World Junior Cup Team
Ketcham tabbed to coach Team USA

NORMAN, Okla. ? Golf legend Arnold Palmer has accepted to serve as honorary captain for the United States team at the 2004 Toyota Junior World Cup. The competition will take place June 22-24 in Bear?s Paw Golf Club - a par-72 mountain course outside of Shiga, Japan. Arkansas head coach Mike Ketcham has been tabbed to coach the American squad. (more)

Team USA Selected for World Junior Golf Cup
Chappell, Kizzire, Osborne and Sapp to represent the United States

NORMAN, Okla. ? Kevin Chappell, Patton Kizzire, Will Osborne and Garrett Sapp have been selected to compete for the United States team at the 2004 Toyota Junior World Golf Cup. The competition will be held June 22-24 in Bear?s Paw Golf Club - a par-72 mountain course outside of Shiga, Japan. Arkansas head coach Mike Ketcham has been tabbed to coach the American squad. (more)

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