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Topic - Inbee Park
No one paid much attention to Mike Whan and Jon Podany the first time they were on the same team.
Masters champion Adam Scott narrowly beat out Tiger Woods as the male player of the year in voting by the Golf Writers Association of America.
A winner of three straight majors, Inbee Park returns to the spotlight at the season-ending LPGA Titleholders.
South Korea's Inbee Park will seek to regain her dominant form with a strong showing at the inaugural Reignwood LPGA Classic in Beijing.
Inbee Park and Stacy Lewis confirmed they will play next week in the Canadian Women's Open at Royal Mayfair.
Inbee Park's bid for a Grand Slam ended long before she walked up to the 18th green at St. Andrews, giving her plenty of time to find perspective.
Inbee Park won the U.S. Women's Open on Sunday to make history with titles in the year's first three majors.
Jessica Korda turned to her boyfriend and said, "Johnny, grab the bag, let's go."
South Korea's Ha-Neul Kim upstaged friend Inbee Park to take the first-round lead at her first U.S. Women's Open.
Rookie Shawn Stefani overcame a quadruple bogey and shot a 4-under 66 on Saturday to take the third-round lead in the St. Jude Classic.
Stacy Lewis brings more value to the LPGA Tour that just her golf.
Angela Stanford gets to experience a first in her 13 seasons on the LPGA Tour. She gets to stay at home and sleep in her own bed during a tournament.
Michelle Wie is hoping a Hawaii stop on the LPGA Tour will inject a little aloha into her game.
Jodi Ewart Shadoff is one of the few LPGA Tour players to use an anchored putting stroke, a method the U.S. Golf Association and Royal & Ancient Golf Club have proposed banning.
Inbee Park of South Korea took advantage of overnight leader Ariya Jutanugarn's triple bogey on the last hole Sunday to secure a one-stroke victory in the LPGA Thailand.
"Last year was a year that I could never forget," Park said. "I was able to put my name among the greatest players around the world. Now, on top of that, I am being recognized and honored by golf writers. They are those who know what has just happened last year in every detail. I can almost say that they know me better than I know myself. That's why this honor is very special and means a lot to me."
"It felt a little bit weird because I didn't win the tournament, but it felt like it was the seventh win," Park said. "It is very important. My third straight major win at the U.S. Open and last week when I finished off the player of the year award has probably been the two greatest moments that I had this year. So it's a special memory."