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ROGERS, Ark. -- Inbee Park took some time off for rest and relaxation last week following her win at the LPGA Championship. The world No. 1 looked every bit at ease on her way to a second straight win -- her fifth of the year -- on Sunday at the LPGA NW Arkansas Championship. Park sank a 4-foot birdie on the first playoff hole against So Yeon Ryu , capping her final-round rally and once again reminding the golf world who is clearly in control of the LPGA Tour this year. Sundays win was Parks second straight in a playoff, following her final-day 39-hole effort at the PGA Championship. It came after she began the day two shots back of a group of four leaders, each who fell by the wayside as the South Korean took control at Pinnacle Country Club on her way to her seventh win in her last 23 starts. That kind of success that has led to Parks meteoric rise from 26th in the world rankings a year ago to the unquestioned top player leading into next weeks U.S. Open. "Ive won a lot of times this year, but I still feel the pressure coming into the final round every time," Park said. "I definitely felt a lot of pressure in the playoff. I think thats going to happen no matter how many times I win. "It gets more exciting and more exciting, thats for sure." After opening with a 2-under 69 on Friday, Park vaulted to the top of the leaderboard with three straight birdies on the front nine on Sunday. She dropped a shot with a bogey on the par-3 11th before birdies on 14 and 18 sent her to the playoff. Park and Ryu finished the tournament tied at 12 under, one shot ahead of Mika Miyazato. Its the second straight year Miyazato has finished as the runner-up. Amateur Lydia Ko, I.K. Kim and local favourite and world No. 2 Stacy Lewis, who played at nearby University of Arkansas, each finished two shots back. After Park sank an 8-foot birdie putt on her final hole of regulation to reach 12 under, Ryu followed with a birdie of her own on the par-5 18th to match her fellow South Korean, good friend and practice partner. Ryu, however, knew early on Sunday that she faced a difficult task against the hottest player on the LPGA Tour. "I think everybodys scared of Inbee because shes playing super well (the) last 12 months, even more, like 14 months," Ryu said. "... So, if her name is top on the leaderboard, she makes everybody really nervous." In the playoff, which took place on No. 18, Park appeared calm throughout -- finding the fairway off the tee and nearly reaching the green in two before chipping her third shot within 4 feet. That put pressure on Ryu to hole a chip for birdie from just off the back of the green -- a chip she narrowly missed. Park then calmly sank her birdie putt to end the tournament and once again find herself a winner. Its a familiar spot for the player who has already become just the seventh player in LPGA Tour history to win the first two majors of the season. She can become just the second to win the first three next week at the U.S. Open. "When I was playing the playoff, it just feels like a practice round because I always play with (Ryu) on the practice rounds," Park said. "Especially having played in the playoff a week before, I mean that really felt like normal to me that I (had) to go to a playoff." Ryu, No. 5 in the world and 2001 U.S. Open winner, led at 12 under midway through the round. However, she four-putted the par-4 13th for a double bogey. She pulled back to 11 under with a birdie on the par-3 17th before answering Parks final-hole birdie on the 18th. Park looked every bit like the top-ranked player in the world on Sunday. She began the day at 8 under, then quickly jumped to the top of the leaderboard with Ryu after three straight birdies on the front nine. Park also saved par out of a fairway bunker on the par-4 ninth. Lewis began the day as the co-leader and local favourite, with a gallery full of Arkansas fans following her every shot. But she stumbled with a double bogey on the par-5 seventh. After driving in the bunker, she took two shots out of the greenside bunker before missing a short bogey putt. Lewis bounced back with birdies on the next two holes to once again reach 10 under. She later missed birdie putts on 11 and 12 and was unable to get closer than one shot, dropping out of contention after back-to-back bogeys and on 15 and 16. "Im pretty disappointed," Lewis said. "You know, I had one bad swing on seven, but really other than that I played pretty solid. ... I dont really know, going back, what I would do much different." Lewis was ranked No. 1 earlier this year after consecutive wins, a spot she vacated after Park began her run of success. Its that same kind of success she hopes to take into next week. 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No. 13-seeded John Isner and No. 21 Philipp Kohlschreiber were among six players who dropped out of the tournament on Tuesday, joining No. 12 seed Tommy Haas and two other players who withdrew on Monday. Adidas Superstar Offerte Online . -- The plastic that was taped across the lockers in Oaklands clubhouse came down and the champagne that was on ice went back into the cooler. NEW YORK -- New York Mets manager Terry Collins had a message for his players after Fridays 6-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies: Lighten up.After the Mets lost their third straight game, Collins held a rare meeting and implored his players to stop putting so much pressure on themselves.He even ordered music to be played in the clubhouse, which is generally taboo after losses. When reporters entered the clubhouse postgame, Bon Jovis You Give Love a Bad Name was blaring over speakers.The Mets (53-49) went hitless in eight at-bats with runners in scoring position Friday, dropping their season average in those situations to an MLB-worst .202. Pending the outcome of Washingtons game at San Francisco, the Mets have dropped a season-high-matching seven games out of first place in the National League East and two games out of a wild-card spot.First of all, we have a good team, Collins said. Were going through a rough time right now. We havent hit with runners in scoring position. Everybody knows it. Weve got to quit rubbing it in our faces every day. Weve got to lighten it up a little bit. Weve still got a lot of games to play. Were not dead. Were still in the hunt. We need to loosen up a little bit all the way around. ... Im a little tired of seeing long faces. We need to lighten it up, have some fun and get back to the way we can play the game.These players, theyre smart guys. Theyre getting it from their friends, everybody else -- You guys arent hitting with runners in scoring position. And so it starts to build and starts to build, and all of a sudden, they go up there, annd their heads are not where it needs to be because theyre worried about making an out or not getting a hit.ddddddddddddCollins implored the Mets to focus on the positives despite mounting injuries. Center fielder Juan Lagares landed on the disabled list Friday afternoon with a partial tear of a ligament in his left thumb. He will require surgery that will sideline him for six weeks. Third baseman Jose Reyes has been out since Tuesday with an intercostal muscle strain on his left side.We put Juan on the DL today. We dont know about Jose; he may have to go on, Collins said. So I just think a lot of these things pile up. I just said, We need to lighten it up around here. 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