three times. In addition, other top players to win the event included Karrie Webb, Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer. Gloria Park won the first year and Creamer won the last event, last May at Cedar Ridge, beating Juli Inkster on the second hole
place. She is joined at four-under-par 140 by Patricia Baxter-Johnson, Beth Daniel, Tracy Hanson, Pat Hurst, Gloria Park , , Michele Redman, Rachel Teske, and Jung Yeon Lee. Defending champion Cristie Kerr heads a group of nine players
finish alone in fifth place at 14-under- par 202. Rachel Teske was one shot further back at 13-under-par 203. Gloria Park and Jung Yeon Lee shared seventh place at 12-under-par 204. Soo- Yun Kang followed at 11-under-par 205. Lorena
lost to Sorenstam in a playoff here last year, closed with a three- under 68 to finish at eight-under-par 276. Gloria Park and Angela Stanford, who will defend her title at the ShopRite LPGA Classic next week, ended two strokes further back
place at three-under-par 210. Beth Daniel, who won the Canadian Women's Open last week, and defending champion Gloria Park are among six golfers tied at two-under-par 211. Also standing at two-under are Michele Redman, Stephanie Louden
mark of 213 set by in the inaugural event last year. Gloria Park put a major scare into Ahn as she fired a course record ..... birdie at the very next hole to extend her lead. After Gloria Park finished at minus-nine, things got interesting as
Sophie Gustafson ended one stroke behind her at minus-four. Young Kim carded a two-under 70 in the final round to come in at three-under- par 285 in solo ninth. Candie Kung and Gloria Park were one stroke further back at minus-two.
to a three- over 75 on Sunday and tied for sixth place. She joined Paula Marti, who fired a seven-under 65, and Gloria Park , who posted a 69, at eight-under-par 280. Wendy Doolan (69) and Candie Kung (70) shared ninth place at minus-seven