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2 Ark. golfers in World Golf Ranking's top 100

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LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Two Arkansas golfers were ranked in the World Golf Ranking's top 100 as tournaments got under way on Thursday.

Ken Duke of Arkadelphia was ranked 71st following his victory at the Travelers Championship two weekends ago. David Lingmerth of the Arkansas Razorbacks was ranked 87th.

Duke was 21st on the earnings list, with $1.6 million and Lingmerth is 38th with just under $1.5 million.

Both entered this week's Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia.

In women's golf, Staci Lewis, who played at Arkansas, is third in the rankings and second in earnings, at $854,000.

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