Sport: Pretty Putter

As any old pro knows, it is accuracy on approaches and around the greens that saves strokes and wins tournaments. In women's golf, one of the best short games belongs to 20-year-old Anne Quast of Marysville. Wash., a pretty, dark-eyed Stanford University coed. Last week at the 58th U.S. Amateur championship in Darien, Conn., personable Anne used string-straight approaches and deadeye putts to whip the field.

Anne has a refreshing approach to golf. She says she took it up because no one in her family played even though her parents owned a course in Marysville, and "I thought golf-course owners should have...

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