SYLVANIA, Ohio, July 10 (UPI) -- Heather Bowie two-putted for par on the third playoff hole Sunday to beat Gloria Park and win the LPGA Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic.
Bowie, who had a final-round 67, and Park, who had a 66, were tied at 10-under 274 at the end of regulation.
In the playoff, Bowie two-putted for par on the first extra hole while Park ran in a 15-footer to save par and keep the playoff going. On the next hole, Bowie pitched her third shot within one foot of the cup to set up a birdie and Park matched that birdie with a 20-foot putt.
On the third and final playoff hole, Park put her second shot into a creek crossing the fairway. Park, after taking a drop, lost her fourth shot right off the green.
Bowie tapped in for par and her first LPGA Tour title.