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Ha-Neul Kim charges to lead

Updated: June 27, 2013, 11:35 PM ET
By Mechelle Voepel | espnW.com

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. -- The first day of the U.S. Women's Open is often a collision of stories emanating from all over the globe. There are players on the leaderboard you fully expect to be there and others you might not have even heard of.

This, the 68th version of the biggest prize in women's golf, had the world's No. 1 player, Inbee Park, right at the top nearly all day. She finished her morning round Thursday at 5-under 67 and left it for anyone in the afternoon to try to catch or ...

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