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Park repeats as LPGA champ
Golf » South Korean beats Lincicome in playoff for major win.
First Published Aug 17 2014 10:38 pm • Last Updated Aug 17 2014 10:38 pm

Pittsford, N.Y. • Inbee Park successfully defended her title in the LPGA Championship, beating Brittany Lincicome on the first hole of a playoff Sunday to end the United States’ major streak at three.

On the playoff hole on Monroe Golf Club’s par-4 18th, Park hit her second into the rough behind the hole. Lincicome hit her approach to the left fringe, nearly identical to her position on the final hole of regulation when she made a bogey to fall in the playoff.

At a glance

Saturday’s scores

Wyndham Championship

At Sedgefield Country Club

Greensboro, N.C.

Purse » $5.3 million

Yardage » 7,127; Par » 70

Final

Camilo Villegas $954,000 63-69-68-63—263 -17

Bill Haas $466,400 68-66-66-64—264 -16

Freddie Jacobson $466,400 68-64-66-66—264 -16

Heath Slocum $254,400 65-65-68-67—265 -15

Webb Simpson $193,450 64-69-66-67—266 -14

Brandt Snedeker $193,450 68-65-66-67—266 -14

Nick Watney $193,450 67-64-65-70—266 -14

Brad Fritsch $148,400 69-63-65-70—267 -13

Kevin Kisner $148,400 69-64-67-67—267 -13

William McGirt $148,400 64-68-71-64—267 -13

Jhonattan Vegas $148,400 67-65-69-66—267 -13

Scott Langley $116,600 65-65-69-69—268 -12

Scott Piercy $116,600 70-64-69-65—268 -12

Sang-Moon Bae $92,750 69-68-66-66—269 -11

Martin Laird $92,750 65-66-69-69—269 -11

Andres Romero $92,750 70-66-64-69—269 -11

Bo Van Pelt $92,750 67-65-68-69—269 -11

Paul Casey $66,780 65-69-68-68—270 -10

Roberto Castro $66,780 71-66-65-68—270 -10

Carl Pettersson $66,780 67-65-71-67—270 -10

D.A. Points $66,780 67-65-70-68—270 -10

Robert Streb $66,780 69-66-67-68—270 -10

David Toms $66,780 67-69-67-67—270 -10

LPGA Championship

At Monroe Golf Club

Pittsford, N.Y.

Purse » $2.25 million; Yardage » 6,720; Par » 72

Final: x - won on playoff hole

x-Inbee Park $337,500 72-66-69-70—277

Brittany Lincicome $207,791 67-68-71-71—277

Lydia Ko $150,737 70-69-71-70—280

Azahara Munoz $105,231 71-70-71-70—282

Anna Nordqvist $105,231 69-73-69-71—282

Stacy Lewis $58,816 71-73-71-68—283

Julieta Granada $58,816 75-65-72-71—283

Shanshan Feng $58,816 68-72-71-72—283

Mirim Lee $58,816 69-71-69-74—283

Suzann Pettersen $58,816 71-69-67-76—283

Jane Park $41,238 70-69-72-73—284

Meena Lee $41,238 66-73-71-74—284

Champions Tour

At En-Joie Golf Club, Endicott, N.Y.

Purse » $1.85 million; Yardage » 6,957; Par » 72 (37-35)

Final

Bernhard Langer $277,500 67-67-66—200

Woody Austin $148,000 67-69-65—201

Mark O’Meara $148,000 68-67-66—201

Olin Browne $90,650 65-69-69—203

Marco Dawson $90,650 68-69-66—203

Steve Lowery $90,650 66-65-72—203

Billy Andrade $54,020 68-67-69—204

John Cook $54,020 65-67-72—204

Dick Mast $54,020 67-68-69—204

John Riegger $54,020 67-67-70—204

Kevin Sutherlnd $54,020 71-59-74—204

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Lincicome chipped 6 feet past the hole and failed to convert for bogey. Park, the winner last year at Locust Hill in a playoff with Catriona Matthew, chipped to 3 feet and sank her par putt for her fifth major title and fourth in the last two seasons.

Park, from South Korea, finished with a 2-under 70 to match Lincicome at 11-under 276. Lincicome had a 71.

PGA Tour

In Greensboro, N.C., Camilo Villegas won the Wyndham Championship by a stroke for his first PGA Tour victory since 2010, closing with 7-under 63 at Sedgefield.

Bill Haas and Freddie Jacobson tied for second.

Champions Tour


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In Endicott, N.Y., Bernhard Langer rallied to win the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open for his fifth Champions Tour victory of the year, while Kevin Sutherland followed his tour-record 59 with a 74 to tie for seventh. The 56-year-old Langer played all 54 holes without a bogey, closing with a 6-under 66 for a one-stroke victory over Woody Austin and Mark O’Meara.



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