Park, Kerr fade in Canadian Open

Inbee Park had one of those days at the CN Women's Open (David Bloom, Edmonton Sun).

Inbee Park had one of those days at the CN Women's Open (David Bloom, Edmonton Sun).

ROBERT TYCHKOWSKI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:54 PM ET

Park ‘n slide?

Everyone expected Inbee Park to make a big move on Saturday, but nobody expected that move to be straight down.

She’s Inbee Park, for heaven sakes!

But even the best struggle with this game and Saturday afternoon at Royal Mayfair was Park’s turn to be humbled... to the tune of a 4-over par 74 that dropped her from first to T15.

“It’s not surprising,” said Park, now a longshot to win the CN Canadian Women’s Open. “Everybody has their bad days. Today was just one of those days. A couple of bad bounces, a couple of bad shots, a couple of bad putts.”

Both of the 36-hole leaders struggled, with Cristie Kerr finishing triple-double for a 75 to fall to T20.

“I really didn’t think about anybody else’s play but my own,” said Park, who doubled 11 and bogeyed 5, 13 and 17.


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