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UNC, Duke golfers aim to make mark in the U.S. Women's Open


Former UNC golfer beat Kristina Tucker to win "Big break," and she'll make her U.S. Women's Open debut today as one of three former Tar Heels in the field. LPGA Tour rookie won the MasterCard Classic earlier this year on the fourth hole of a playoff against Annika Sorenstam, and Marcy Hart is a Tour veteran from Thomasville. But anyone looking for a Duke-Carolina rivalry akin to the one that always looms over basketball season will be sorely disappointed. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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