Inbee Park won women's U.S. Open earlier this year. (The Canadian Press)Probably the biggest question surrounding this week's CN Canadian Women's Open, besides how big the mosquitoes will be at Edmonton's Royal Mayfair Golf Club, is which Inbee Park will show up.
Will it be the woman who has dominated the LPGA this season, the women's golf equivalent of Serena Williams, Tiger Woods or Iron Man? Or will it be the somewhat shaky golfer who folded under the pressure at the women's British Open and hacked her way to a 42nd-place finish?
If you're in the habit of betting on women's golf, put a few dollars on the former. Not that we tend to encourage that kind of behaviour, but Park is just too good a golfer to struggle the way she did at St. Andrews two weeks ago.
The 25-year-old South Korean has admitted that she succumbed to pressure of trying to become the first golfer to win four consecutive majors in the same year.
"I feel like I'm ready, and feel like all the pressure is off," she told The Canadian Press this week. "I feel like I'm starting new now."Read More »from Inbee Park aims to get back on track at Canadian Women’s Open