Wegmans LPGA Championship. Park Prevails in 36 Hole Shoot-Out June 10 2013

WegmansLPGAChampionship_188x84 Inbee Park prevailed in the 36 hole shoot-out for the Wegmans LPGA Championship at Locust Hill Country Club in New York. Inbee Park Inbee Park / Halleran /Getty Images. Inbee won the Wegmans LPGA Championship with an eighteen foot birdie on the third play-off hole at Locust Hill country Club. This was Inbee's third Major title, and she said she was not sure she could do it today; " I didn't know that I was going to be able to do it today, I was hitting the ball everywhere today on the final round.  It just made my day so much tougher. But just putting my name on the Wegmans LPGA championship trophy just means so much to me.  And this is my third win in a major championship.  So that means a lot.  And getting a lot closer to my goals set for my golf career. I could have made one more putt maybe on 17 or 16, but I've made some amazing up‑and‑downs before that. So I mean bogeys were bound to come with the way I've been striking the ball today.  I mean if you miss the fairways here, you really can't avoid bogeys here. And I knew that I had good plans, but I really didn't expect to win with the way I was playing today.  I mean I was really trying to be calm, and you know, not to get mad even if I don't win. A year ago everything I think really started to click, my swing was getting a lot better, hitting I think my weakest part of my game was ball striking and my short game and putting has always been very good, and I wasn't really able to hit the shots that I needed to. Starting last year, two years, I mean I started to hit the ball lots better and giving myself a lot of birdie chances.I mean it was tough to win the second one, Evian, after four years with no win, but after that I felt so comfortable and felt the confidence, and yeah, just really comfortable when I'm in the last group." Tied with Inbee on -5 under par at the finish was Scotswoman Catriona Mathew, she had a final round of -4 under par, 68, and was disappointed at missing out on a win, but was happy with her overall result; “The last I looked at the scoreboard, Inbee had a solid lead, so I was quite surprised when suddenly I looked at the leaderboard on eighteen and two putts would get me in a playoff. When I started today the last round I probably didn't realize I could win. So to play well and get into the playoffs was obviously pretty good.  Obviously when you get into it, it's pretty disappointing but overall pretty good week." Tied in third place was Suzann Petterson, who had an amazing last round of -7 under par, 65, and Morgan Pressel, who was in position to win at the start of play, both ladies finished on -4 under par for the tournament. Suzann had made an adjustment to her putting routine, and it paid dividends; " I just made an adjustment in my address, I think I was starting too far away from the ball, and pretty much made everything I looked at this afternoon. So I don’t why I didn't do this before when I putted so bad the first, second and the third round. But I'm proud the way I came back, tried to post a number that felt like I had a good chance at pretty much every hole on the back nine. But just a little bit too late, unfortunately." Morgan was disappointed with her performance; "  How do I sum it up?  I mean I'm definitely disappointed, but it's the first time in a long time I've contended, so I'm happy with the way that I played this week as a whole. I had chances, nothing went in, and that happens."