Found June 20, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Inbee Park is back playing golf after a week off following the South Korean's win at the LPGA Championship. The LPGA's top-ranked golfer highlights a field of 97 of the top 100 players on the money list at this week's NW Arkansas Championship, a three-day event that serves as a lead-in this year to next week's U.S. Open. Park won the LPGA Championship two weeks ago after a grueling 39-hole final day, outlasting Catriona Matthew in a three-hole playoff. The win was her fourth of the year, her sixth in her last 22 starts. Park took over the top spot in the rankings from Stacy Lewis in April. Lewis, who played collegiately at the nearby University of Arkansas, is the hometown favorite this week.

Park wins NW Arkansas in playoff

World No. 1 Inbee Park sank a 4-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole against So Yeon Ryu to cap her final-round rally and win the LPGA NW Arkansas Championship. The victory is the second straight for Park, who won the LPGA Championship two weeks ago, and the fifth of the year for the South Korean star. She now has seven wins in her last 23 starts. Park began the day two shots...

Park gets back to action at Arkansas

Inbee Park had a week of rest and relaxation after the South Korean's last tournament. She had earned it. The LPGA's top-ranked golfer, who has turned the tour into a personal showcase of sorts this year, was last seen two weeks ago -- walking away after a grueling 39-hole final day at the LPGA Championship. Park outlasted Catriona Matthew in a three-hole playoff to win...
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