July 15, 2007
SYLVANIA, OHIO (TICKER) -- Se Ri Pak put herself in exclusive company on Sunday.
Pak carded a 4-under-par 67 to post a three-shot victory at the $1.3 million Jamie Farr Classic. With the win, Pak becomes just the third player to win an LPGA event five times, joining Annika Sorenstam and Mickey Wright.
At 17-under 267, Pak finished three shots ahead of Morgan Pressel, who finished at 14-under after a 68.
Pak led by one heading to the 18th, but Pressel pulled her drive left into the gallery which led to a bogey. Pak split the fairway with a 3-wood and birdied the hole to clinch the win and claim the first prize of $195,000.
Pak finished with six birdies, including three in her final four holes to claim her 24th career tournament title.
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