Inbee Park looks unbeatable as her next challenge awaits: a shot at a Grand Slam and golf immortality -- at the game's most hallowed site.
U.S. Solheim captain Meg Mallon went with her gut in making Michelle Wie a captain's pick. Yeah, Wie is ranked 82nd, but she can bomb her drives and handle a big stage.
Stacy Lewis adds to the lore at St. Andrews with a spectacular birdie-birdie finish, clinching the first American victory in a major since her Kraft Nabisco win in 2011.
With winds gusting up to 35 mph Friday afternoon, Inbee Park shot 73 and dropped eight shots back. To have any chance this weekend, she'll need conditions to stay tough.
Morgan Pressel warms up to the Women's British Open, sharing the lead at 6-under 66. She has a lot of red, white and blue company on the leaderboard.
The stakes have never been higher, the demands have never been greater, but Inbee Park remains unflappable and eager to get to her sanctuary: the golf course.
Fresh off a trip to South Korea last week, Inbee Park feels energized and excited to play on a course she thinks suits her game.
In a nation where sports heroes represent so much more than athletic triumph, Inbee Park is now the center of attention. She welcomes the opportunity.