LPGA U.S. Womens Open. Incredible Inbee Makes History. July 01 2013

USGA Incredible Inbee Park makes history by winning the U.S. Womens Open and becoming the first woman for 80 odd years to win the first three Majors of the year. Babe Zaharias, is the only other player to accomplish that astonishing feat, she did it in 1950 when she won all three majors played that year. Inbee's tournament total was -8 under par, a four shot lead over her nearest rival. Incredible Inbee Park / Getty Images Inbee said she was honored and proud to put her name alongside Babe; " I am just very honored to put my name by someone like Babe Zaharias, I don’t know what I just did today, it’s something very great. It’s scary to think about what I am capable of doing. Believe it or not, I was very calm out there. It was weird, I didn’t feel much pressure when I was on the golf course. I was nervous last night, but on the golf course, somehow, I felt very calm. I've just done three majors in a row now, I think it's too early to think about the next one.  I think I really want to enjoy the moment as it is in the moment. I mean, grand slam is very big.  I probably wouldn't get this kind of opportunity ever again.  I know this year is a good opportunity for me.But I think one of my goals for; one of my goals for my career was the career grand slam, not the grand slam, but I think career grand slam is good enough for me. I mean, I haven't done that yet.  It would mean so much if I could do the grand slam.  But takes so much hard work, and it takes a lot to do. I'm just glad that I can give it a try at St. Andrews.  That's going to be a great experience.  Whether I do it or not, I'm just a very lucky person.” What about four in a row at St Andrews, imagine that, at the home of Golf, and I think Inbee is capable of doing that. Both Inbee and I.K. Kim shot last rounds of +2 over par 74's, but for I.K. it meant second place, with her total of -4 under par. I.K. said of Inbee's performance; " But I'm not sure how much she has the pressure, but I think she's managing it really well. Not many people can do that. I think she's on the right track.  She's happy with her life, you know, not just golf, but she has her family together and friends and all that.  So I think that's what works for her." So Yeon Ryu made it a South Korean clean sweep, finishing in third place alone on -1 under par. These three ladies were the only golfers on the course who completed the four rounds in under par. But the day belonged to Inbee, and I look forward to her challenge at St Andrews.