MOBILE, ALA. (AP) - Se Ri Pak is entering a comfort zone at the Avnet LPGA Classic.
The LPGA and World Golf Hall of Famer seeks the fourth win of her career at Magnolia Grove's Crossings Course in the tournament beginning Thursday. Pak is also coming off her best finish of the year, a tie for 10th at the Kraft Nabisco Championship three weeks ago.
Pak has won three of her 10 tournaments on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail course, including last year's Bell Micro LPGA Classic.
The South Korean says she's frequently asked why she has done so well on the course. Pak's not sure but says the course makes you play smart and plan out shots instead of just trying to always hit straight.
The newly renamed Classic will feature nine of the top 10-ranked players.
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