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Grace Park sits down with Golf Channel to talk about retiring

Grace Park shed a few tears after sinking the par putt on her final hole in Friday's second round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship. It was an emotional moment for the 33-year-old who wasn't sure if that would be the final putt of her LPGA career. Two weeks ago, Park made the decision to retire from the LPGA Tour in the midst of her 13th season. She chose Rochester to be her final event and sitting at 6-over-par through two rounds of the event, Park thought she might miss the cut and thus see her career come to a close. Park sat down with Golf Channel's Kelly Tilghman to talk about her decision to retire.

Topics: Interviews|Park, Grace|Wegmans LPGA Championship

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