U S Women 39 S Open Classic Finishes 1998 Se Ri Pak Amp Jenny Chuasiriporn 39 S Instant Classic

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Little did Se Ri Pak know that her victory in the 1998 U.S. Women’s Open at Blackwolf Run would significantly impact women’s golf for years to come, especially in Pak’s native South Korea. The 20-year old rookie on the LPGA Tour at the time battled amateur Jenny Chuasiriporn, the Duke University All-American. A thrilling conclusion and playoff made for one of the most memorable golf championships of all time.

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