Last year, Pak defeated Maria Hjorth by two shots, as she withstood a late rally by the Swede, who carded a Sunday 64. With the win, Pak became the first three-time winner of this tournament and has nearly earned $500,000 in her four trips to Toledo.
Six other past champions are also in the field as well as LPGA Hall-of-Famer Nancy Lopez, who continues her farewell tour. Though Lopez is a four-time runner-up at this tournament, don't look for her to contend. Laura Diaz,who tied for seventh last week after shooting 77 on Saturday, is also in the field along with Natalie Gulbis, the talented LPGA Tour rookie.
This is the 14th consecutive year that Highland Meadows is hosting the tournament. Prior to Highland Meadows, Glengarry Country Club hosted the event it's first four years.
Robbins and Penny Hammel are two-time winners of this event. There have been four playoffs in tournament history, including 2000 when Annika Sorenstam defeated Rachel Teske.
The LPGA Tour moves to Vienna, Ohio next week for the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic at Squaw Creek Country Club where Dorothy Delasin will defend her title.
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Fleetwood rallies to defend Abu Dhabi title
Fleetwood was five shots behind countryman Ross Fisher when he made made the turn, but he birdied the par-5 10th and then added four birdies in a five-hole stretch from Nos. 12-16. The decisive shot came on the final hole, when his pitch from the left rough nestled within a few feet of the hole for a closing birdie.
Garcia cruises to five-shot win in Singapore
Kelly beats Monty with two-shot swing on final hole
Rahm manages frustration, two back at CareerBuilder
Rahm is projected to move to No. 2 in the world rankings with a finish of sixth or better on Sunday.