Park claims first win of 2014
Inbee Park carded a course record 61 in the fourth round to win the Manulife Financial Classic by three strokes on Sunday.
Just a week after losing her world number one ranking to Stacy Lewis, the Korean recorded her first victory since winning the US Open 11 months ago and her 10th on the LPGA overall.
Her score of 23-under par included only one bogey over the 72 holes, which occurred on the fourth hole of Thursday’s first round.
Christie Kerr carded a 63 on the final day, but that was only enough for her to finish in second place on 20-under par.
China’s Shanshan Feng, who was two shots behind Park at the start of the final round, carded a 68 to finish on 18-under in third place.
Lydia Ko and Belen Mozo tied for fourth at 16-under, after Ko finished with a 66 and Mozo with a 65.
Lewis and Wie were at 15-under after rounds of 63 and 69 respectively
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