With the top three players in the world grouped together, Inbee Park showed why she's No. 1 -- and took the lead in the Open in the process.
For a day, at least, Ha-Neul Kim was the top South Korean in women's golf, overtaking Inbee Park with a 66 for the lead in the U.S. Women's Open.
Inbee Park has the first two majors of the year tucked away; a third would put her in the esteemed company of Babe Didrikson Zaharias, Mickey Wright and Pat Bradley.
Chella Choi, one of many "Seoul Sisters" inspired by Se Ri Pak, takes the lead in the LPGA Championship with a 67.
The landscape for American women's golf looks bright as a contingent of young golfers show they not only want to play with the best but to win.
The youngest player to win an LPGA event, Lydia Ko, is grouped with a former teen phenom, her idol Michelle Wie.