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Fifth-ranked Ryu and sixth-ranked Park each birdied the first play-off hole, the par-four 18th, while Nataoka was eliminated with a par. And Park picked up her second straight birdie in the playoff to complete an impressive rally. Ryu made birdie right before the par save to build a two-shot lead with two left.
Sung Hyun Park raised her arms and placed her hands on her head before hugging her caddie and wiping away tears.
"Actually, this is my first time feeling this kind of emotion, like being this emotional, and I was really happy", Park said. "I've been hitting it close and giving myself good looks for birdie". "I tried not to think about it too much but as the final groups were finishing their round, I thought, 'maybe'". "All the hard work paid off and that's what made me cry".
Ko shot a 6-under 66 on Friday in the second round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship to move two strokes off the lead.
Park had a historic rookie year in 2017. The shot was reminiscent of Pak Se-ri's barefoot shot at the U.S. Women's Open in 1998 (inset).
The birdie-birdie finish made it five for Park on the day after a bogey-free round that included a remarkable par save at No. 16, where she chipped out of tall grass at the edge of the water to about 3 feet.
Park said she'd never executed a shot like that, but she didn't doubt she could pull it off.
"To be honest, I got less nervous during the playoff", she said.
"Even I was surprised at the result".
On the first playoff hole, Ryu was the farthest from the cup among three contestants, and she drained her long attempt from the back of the green.
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