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12-Sep-2017 19:31

Se Ri Pak was the first Korean golfer to make an impact on the LPGA Tour.

And what an impact - within 10 years of joining the LPGA, Pak had already qualified for the Hall of Fame.

While Pak ran away with Rookie of the Year honors, Sorenstam won the points-based Player of the Year award.

Pak was a strong and consistent winner over the next several years, with four wins in 1999, and five each in 20.

She was the youngest player to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame when she was enshrined in 2007 at age 30."Pak-mania" ruled in the summer of '98, especially after she won the U. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run in a 20-hole playoff against amateur Jenny Chuasiriporn.

She was a track star in high school, which helped develop the powerful thighs and legs she later used in her golf swing to create remarkable stability and balance.Her lone victory in 2004 qualified her, at age 27, for the Hall of Fame, but she would have to wait for induction until her 10th year on the LPGA Tour (2007).A slump followed, caused both by burnout and by a steady stream of injuries.And after seeing her success, a flood of other Korean golfers started playing the LPGA, many with much success - although none with as much success as Pak.At the 2007 LPGA Championship, Pak officially became a Hall of Famer when the minimum career-length requirement was fulfilled.

She was a track star in high school, which helped develop the powerful thighs and legs she later used in her golf swing to create remarkable stability and balance.

Her lone victory in 2004 qualified her, at age 27, for the Hall of Fame, but she would have to wait for induction until her 10th year on the LPGA Tour (2007).

A slump followed, caused both by burnout and by a steady stream of injuries.

And after seeing her success, a flood of other Korean golfers started playing the LPGA, many with much success - although none with as much success as Pak.

At the 2007 LPGA Championship, Pak officially became a Hall of Famer when the minimum career-length requirement was fulfilled.

But Pak did come back to win another major, the LPGA Championship, in 2006, defeating Karrie Webb in a playoff.