Gone is the Jamie Farr name atop the marquee.
Even though it's now the Marathon Classic for the first time in its 28 years -- and the actor who played the cross-dressing Corporal Klinger from "M*A*S*H" has stepped into the background -- a major drawing card for some of the LPGA's finest players remains unchanged.
''When I first came here to Highland Meadows, I thought this was a tough golf course,'' Inbee Park said. ''But it seemed like everybody was scoring so low out here that I couldn't keep up with them.''
When the No. 1 player in the world -- and winner of the first three women's major professional championships this year -- thinks she's being lapped by so many birdie-happy adversaries, that's saying something.
The course in suburban Toledo, not far from the Michigan-Ohio state line, has been the site of some of the best rounds in LPGA Tour history.
A 20-year-old rookie named Se Ri Pak put up a 61 in 1998 wh...