Inbee Park becomes the second LPGA Hall of Famer

The youngest(27 years and 10 months)… 9 years since Seri Park, 2007
‘Golf Queen’ Inbee Park(28, KB Finance Group) has finally put her name on the LPGA Hall of Fame. In June 10th 2016, Inbee Park participated in the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship(Total prize money of USD 3.5 million) held in Sammamish, Washington, U.S where she was jointly ranked 20th in the first round with 1 over par(3 birdies and 4 bogies, 5 point difference with 1st place). With the completion of the 1st round, Inbee Park has completed her 10 year requirement and 27 points, and became the second Korean and Asian female golfer to enter the Hall of Fame following Seri Park in 2007. After the end of her 18th hole rounding, players including Seri Park and Soyeon Yoo(27, Hana Finance) congratulated Inbee Park by hugging and giving her flowers. She has become the youngest player ever to enter Hall of Fame with age 27 years, 10 months and 28 days. Since Patty Berg, Betty Jameson, Louise Suggs, and Babe Zaharias was first inducted in 1951, she has become the 25th member. If Park wins this championship, she becomes the LPGA player to win a single major competition 4 straight times.