By the numbers: Key stats from Park's Olympic win


Inbee Park cruised to the gold medal, while Lydia Ko took home silver and Shanshan Feng bronze. Here are the key stats from the Rio Olympics provided by the Golf Channel research department.

Inbee Park

• 16 under; 5-under 66 in final round; 5-under 31 on front nine

• Only two players had a better score in today’s final round

• Five-stroke win; ties largest margin of victory of career

• Third in field this week in strokes gained putting

• T-5 in greens in regulation this week (79.2 percent)

• 66.3 final round scoring average in last six worldwide wins

• First Olympic gold medalist in women’s golf since 1900

• 23rd career professional worldwide win (first of 2016)

• Second woman in history to win Olympic gold and golf major in career

• Babe Zaharias won 10 majors and two gold medals in track and field

• Was combined 29 over in previous eight LPGA rounds entering this week

• Had only two top-25 finishes this season before this week

• Fifth gold medal won by woman from Republic of Korea in these Olympics

• One of seven women all-time to win at least four different major championships

• One of two women all-time to win six or more majors in three-year span (Mickey Wright)

• Youngest player to qualify for LPGA HOF (age 27)

• Seven-time major champion; six major victories since beginning of 2013

• MC or WD in previous three LPGA starts entering this week

• DNP in two majors this season (left thumb injury)

Lydia Ko

• Silver medal; 11th medal won by woman from New Zealand in these games

• Youngest female Olympic medalist in New Zealand’s history (age 19)

• Birdied 72nd hole to win silver medal by one stroke over Feng

• Played last five holes of tournament in 3 under par

• 81.9 percent GIR this week (third-best in field)

• Led field in strokes gained tee-to-green this week

Shanshan Feng

• Bronze medal; 39th medal won by Chinese woman in these games

• Three-putt par on 72nd hole (missed silver medal by one stroke)

• Played last seven holes of final round in 1 over (zero birdies in that span)

• Third place is her best finish in any event in 2016

Stacy Lewis

• 5-under 66; left birdie putt short at 18 for 10 under

• 10-stroke improvement over third round score of 76

• Made six birdies and one bogey in final round

• 28th top-10 worldwide since last win (2014 NW Arkansas)