Inbee Park is one of the most prominent players on the LPGA Tour. Currently thisPlace in the Rolex rankings, she has won 21 LPGA Tour trophies and 7 major championships in her career to date.

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She’s had a decent year now, with just one win at Kia Classic earlier in the year. Apart from that, she has a small success on the LPGA tour this season. Even so, she’s one of the best when it comes to putting and there are insane statistics to prove it.

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Inbee Park has some insane putting skills that are better than the pros on the PGA and LPGA tours

33-year-old Inbee Park is currently the best putter in the golf world. And recently, LPGA Tour shared a post on Twitter demonstrating the dominance and command it had on the greens. According to the LPGA Tour, Park has an insane 38.4% putts of 10 to 20 feet.

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While the average percentage on the PGA Tour is 25.5, it is 23.3 on the LPGA Tour. The South Korean golfer is way ahead of both PGA and LPGA Tour pros when it comes to playing on the greens. She is known as the queen bee and that is the main reason for that.

She also currently tops the list with a 28.71 putting average this year. There is currently no one in the world of golf who can confidently pocket putts like Inbee Park at heights of 3 to 15 feet. However, when it comes to smaller putts of around 5 feet, she struggles a little.

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The South Korean golfer explains why she struggles with smaller putts

And she explained why, “Well, but at 3 to 1.7 feet, you know, I think I’m pushing myself too much, so maybe that’s why the percentages are lower. This is the game I’m trying to get. ”

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The only thing she has trouble with, however, is getting away from the tee. This season she is currently in 151st place with an average distance of 241.33 yards. So if she can work on it a little off the tee, she will be an unstoppable force in the golf world.

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