SE RI PAK RUMORS & GOSSIP

Park and Pak share legacy in South Korean women's golf

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Se Ri Pak could hear the burst of noise from 500 yards away and it wasn't hard to figure out what was causing the commotion. Inbee Park had made one last birdie. Pak could hear it from the back of the 18th green at Olympic Golf Course. She was the team leader for South Korea at the Olympics, the player who inspired a nation that has become the most formidable...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Se Ri Pak says goodbye to U.S. golf at the Women's Open

Se Ri Pak says goodbye to U.S. golf at the Women's Open
Via FOX Sports
July 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Tears punctuate Pak's final U.S. Women's Open

Se Ri Pak left the 18th green Friday at the U.S. Womens Open in tears. Powerful feelings overwhelmed her as she left this stage for the final time.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
July 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Pak probably making final U.S. start at CordeValle

Se Ri Pak isnt just playing her final U.S. Womens Open. It's likely her last appearance in the U.S.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
July 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Hall of Fame LPGA star Se Ri Pak retiring after season

PHOENIX — Se Ri Pak is leaving the LPGA Tour at the end of the season. She's hopes she can continue to inspire and mentor South Korean players for generations to come.''It's pretty hard to make decision to be retiring, but it's a time for me to be,'' Pak said. ''At the same time, I learned a lot and I'm trying to share all my skills and all these dreams. So that's where I plan...
Via Associated Press
March 18, 2016  |  Discuss

South Korean golfer Se Ri Pak, 38, retiring after season

PHOENIX (AP) Se Ri Pak is retiring after the season, ending a Hall of Fame career that inspired a wave of South Korean players who followed her to the LPGA Tour. The 38-year-old Pak broke the news Thursday after opening with a 3-under 69 in the JTBC Founders Cup. Pak won 25 LPGA Tour titles and five majors, two of them as a rookie in 1998. She was the youngest player to be inducted...
Via Associated Press
March 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Former champ Se Ri Pak withdraws from U.S. Women's Open

  Se Ri Pak has withdrawn from the U.S. Women's Open next month at Lancaster Country Club. Pak was the first South Korean to the Women's Open, and she inspired an entire nation. She won in 1998 at Blackwolf Run in Wisconsin in a playoff and went on to a Hall of Fame career. The USGA did not say why the 37-year-old Pak withdrew. She was replaced by Georgia Hall of England, who was...
Via Associated Press
June 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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