Inbee Park hoped to win a Grand Slam.
A career Grand Slam, that is. The single-season variety was just too outlandish.
Yet she'll head to St. Andrews next month for the Women's British Open with a chance to become the first player to go 4 for 4 in majors - whatever that may be called, now that there are five majors in a year.
''Whether I do it or not, I'm just a very lucky person,'' Park said Sunday after winning the U.S. Women's Open for the second time.
Park's four-shot victory at windy Sebonack would seem to bode well for Scotland, though the world's top-ranked player has won in pretty much every situation this season on the way to six titles, including all three majors and three straight tournaments overall.
Park talked Sunday about how calm she felt, and Annika Sorenstam could only marvel. Sorenstam was the last player to try to win the year's first three majors, in 2005, and she didn't come close at the U.S. Women's Open.
''I was NOT calm,'' she said with a laugh.