Park Inbee began her quest for a place in history with a three under par 69, but it was American Morgan Pressel and Swede Camilla Lennarth who grabbed the lead on 66 after the first round of the Women's British Open.
South Korea's Park Inbee plays a shot during the Women's British Open Golf Championship at the Old Course in St Andrews on August 1, 2013. A shaky finish tainted Park's first round at the Women's British Open but a three under par 69 kept her bid for history alive at St Andrews.
South Korea's Park, the world number one, is burdened with the pressure of trying to become the first player to win four majors in one calendar year and a shaky patch tarnished a seven birdie round over the Old Course at St Andrews.
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