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The winner of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship is Inbee Park

The winner of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship is Inbee Park

Inbee Park managed to win KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, again. This is her third consecutive win of this famous championship. She did it with a 5 shot victory over Sei Young Kim. Park finished at 19 under. After the championship, ark said that she is very happy for this success. She is especially happy because her name is now equally known as Annika Sorenstam.
This is the 6th Major of Inbee Park’s tying Kathy Whitworth, Pat Bradley, Betsy King and Amy Alcott and for 9th on the all-time list of the LPGA. This victory also moved her past Yani Tseng and Se Ri Pak for the Asian born player with the most Major victories. Park said that she never thought that she can win more majors than Pak. But, she succeeded, and this is the only thing that matters right now.
With her win at the Westchester Country Club, Park will retake the No. 1 place in the Rolex Rankings. She will achieve this for the third time in her career. Park will also move to the top of the Rolex Player of the Year Rankings and LPGA Money List. This is a serious accomplishment. Park is very satisfied with the championship and her victory. She said that everything (fans, facility, and the venue) was great and perfect.
With a 14 under, Sei Young Kim finished second on the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Lexi Thompson was top-3 at 12 under. In the final round she managed 66. We can say that the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship was very interesting and we hope that the next championship will be the same.

 

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