The 2016 KPMG Women's PGA Championship begins today Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Washington. The Pacific Northwest course also hosted the 1998 PGA Championship, won by Vijay Singh. The course was originally opened in 1969, but Rees Jones redesigned the course in 1996 prior to the PGA, and many of those changes remain for the ladies today.
Defending champion Inbee Park hopes to claim her title again at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship and cement her spot in the LPGA Hall of Fame, an honor she will receive at the end of this week. “I said the Hall of Fame would be my last goal, but it really came early, and I’ve achieved pretty much everything I set so far in my career,” said Park. “Going into the Hall of Fame is something I've been dreaming of all of my life.”
We wish Park and all of the players on the field luck going into this weekend. Coverage of the tournament will be on NBC and the Golf Channel live from Washington.
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