Inbee Park leads the way at LPGA's U.S. Women's Open

Inbee Park (Reuters)

Inbee Park (Reuters)

DON BRENNAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:48 AM ET

Inbee Park has won six of 14 LPGA events this year and, after Saturday, it appears she's about to make it seven.

The South Korean star was the only player to put up a red number on a windy day at Sebonack Golf Club. Her 1-under 71 gives her a four-stroke lead on fellow Korean I.K. Kim, who will be coming off a 73 when Round 4 of the U.S. Women's Open commences.

"I think Inbee is playing a different golf course, which you guys (in the media) are unaware of," said Brittany Lincicome, who is tied for eighth at 2-over. "She's on a roll."

Park will be looking for her third straight win as well as her third major title of the season.

"It was tough out there with the wind, and the pin positions were just really tough," she said. "I think par is going to be good enough (Sunday)."

Park added that her putting was better than it had been all week Saturday.

Others could only shake their heads.


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