Hee Young Park, of South Korea, defeated American Angela Stanford in a play-off to win the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic at the Grey Silo Golf Course in Canada. Hee Young Park / Getty Images Hee Young Park beat Angela Stanford in a three-hole playoff to earn her second-career LPGA Tour victory, at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic. Both Ladies had finished the tournament at -26 under par, Hee Young's last round -6 under par 65, against Angela's -7 under 64, was enough to get her into the play-off. It took until the third play-off hole to decide the winner, Hee Young made birdie to Angela's par on the par five eighteenth. Hee Young said she could not believe it; " I mean, still can't believe it, and then I have to go back to No. 18 tee again and my caddie and I worked hard and were never disappointed. Even missed the putt during the round, and then tried to get simple. That’s what worked, and then that brought the good result." Angela could not believe it either, she shot back to back rounds of 64 on Saturday and Sunday and lost the match; “Yeah, it seems kind of tough to swallow right now, but you know like today, if somebody would have told me you're going to shoot 64 today and not win, I would have thought they were crazy. So for me to shoot 64-64 on the weekend, you know, it's good for me but it's not a W, so you play to win." Catriona Matthew, who was leading after the first and second rounds, found trouble on the 15th hole in the final round, getting into the rough, and then getting a flyer out of it, she finished in third place at -23 under par; " I just got a flyer out of the rough. That rough is kind of sticky, you know, and I've not been hitting it quite as far out of it and then that one was a bit of a flyer." Inbee Park finished a disappointing tied 14th at -16 under par for the tournament, not the kind of result she was looking for.