referring to Park won the HSBC Women’s Champions looking poised to reassert herself as a force at the top of the women’s game.
After a long layoff recuperating from injury, Inee Park didn’t take long to remind us that while she may already be a Hall of Famer, she isn’t done astonishing us.
Park won the way she always did at her best.
I don’t think she missed one putt today.”Nobody in today’s game is capable of demoralizing a field the way Park can with her putter.
With Jutanugarn waiting to putt, Park stole the moment.
according to Park took six months away from competitive golf to let her injured thumb heal.
Inbee Park won the Women’s HBSC Champions event, her first win since she claimed the Olympic gold medal in Rio.
Especially the final round was just what I wanted.”Michelle Wie held the lead going into the final round, and maintained it up until the fifth hole.
She hit 17 greens in regulation in the final round, and made 27 putts.
What makes her victory all the more impressive is the fact that this is her second event since Rio.
according to Inbee Park had not played an LPGA Tour event from last June until this February.
South Korea’s world number two Inbee Park picked up eight strokes today to win the tournament at 19-under par, seven strokes clear of Ko.
Sung Hyun Park finished third, three strokes off her compatriot.
World golf number one Lydia Ko has finished the latest event on the LPGA tour in a tie for ninth.
Park, almost leisurely, made the HSBC Women’s Champions her 18th LPGA Tour victory.
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