The crowd at Thornberry Creek reacts to Sei (sigh) Young Kim of the Republic of Korea just about draining another birdie on hole 18, but she didn’t need it to shatter several LPGA scoring records this week at the LPGA Classic. Kim broke the eagle/Birdie record with 32, the lowest 54 hole score, at 24 below par, and the lowest 72 hole score, with a 31 under par. The score did not come easy, as Kim had to get herself out of a few jams in the final round, including a beautiful recovery shot on hole 16, after she over drove the fairway, and landed in a nasty patch of rough grass. She was able to still land the ball on the green, and save par. Kim joins Katherine Kirk of Australia as the first two winners of the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic in Oneida.