Meijer LPGA Classsic. Mirim Lee Wins. August 10 2014

White Dragon GolfMirim Lee has won the Meijer LPGA Classic in a play-off, and in doing so won her very first LPGA title. [caption id="attachment_6416" align="alignnone" width="620"]Meijer LPGA Classic Mirim Lee and 1st Trophy / Getty Images[/caption] Mirim Lee and Inbee Park were tied for the lead at the Meijer LPGA Classic at the end of the tournament, both players on -14 under par. Mirim birdied the second play-off hole, the seventeenth, to lift the trophy at Blythefield Country Club in Michigan after completing the final round with -2 under par 69. She said it was a very nervous occasion, but fun; " I nervous one hundred percent, because first time playoff in LPGA so I’m really nervous, but very fun. Inbee Park is like hero in Korea, so I just long to be her, yeah, think I just follow her." Inbee carded a disappointing final round -1 under par 70, but still had a chance in the play-off, she blamed the putter today; '"I just didn't hit the ball great.  I hit two good tee shots and two good second shots, but it just released a lot on me.  I feel I hit a good putt but it just didn't go in.  And overall today I just hit the ball really great today, same as very consistent for four days, but today I think I only holed one putt today, I think that was it for 20 holes.  The putter just wasn't there, so nice to shoot under par but Mirim played well in the playoff holes." Suzann Pettersen finished in third place at -10 under par following her last round -2 under par 69, but enjoyed being back out on the golf course again; " It’s just nice to be back, it’s nice to kind of feel the stress on the body a little bit and kind of feel where the game is at and where you need to kind of tune it up for next week. Overall a fantastic event. I can’t wait to come back and play this course again.” " I thought it was tough because at home I was hitting the ball so well and you kind of feel like it's a waste of shots when you just hit good shots out there and it doesn't count for anything except like club medal with the girls." Sandra Gall was in fourth place, back a bit at -9 under par, she liked the atmosphere here; " I feel like the crowds here are so, just so optimistic and so supporting of us and I saw a lot of kids out there, so whenever I could I would give them golf balls, just a high-five or something because, you know, I think we're somehow role models for them and if I can make them excited about the game, then that's like the least I can do."