Second-round notes from the U.S. Women's Open at Sebonack: I.K. Kim in the lead after the morning wave, Lizette Salas back at the top of the leaderboard in a major championship and more.
I.K. Kim returns to the Kraft with a sense of humor about the blown 14-inch putt that cost her a major, but a victory would bring an even bigger smile.
The last time I.K. Kim made headlines, it was for unfortunate reasons. On Saturday, her $123,000 donation to the Special Olympics put things in perspective.
For a 22-year-old, In-Kyung Kim thinks big. Not just in terms of golf, though she does expect big things from her game, but in terms of life. Kim looks at the big picture – whether it’s the environment, worldwide disasters, or a child’s dream and an opportunity to help. For Kim, it’s all about timing.
South Korea’s In-Kyung Kim won the Lorena Ochoa Invitational on Sunday for her third LPGA Tour title, closing with an 8-under 64 for a three-stroke stroke victory over Suzann Pettersen.