MOBILE (Alabama) (AFP) South Koreas Se Ri Pak birdied the third playoff hole at the 18th hole to beat Brittany Lincicome on Sunday in the 1.3 million dollar rain-shortened LPGA Bell Micro Classic. Pak, who is unbeaten in six career playoffs, used a superb bunker shot to set up her birdie putt that clinched her 25th career win and first victory in three years since the Owens Corning Classic. Ive been here so many times, but I think Ive been having a hard time the last couple of years, Pak said. Im trying to get myself to better momentum. I work really hard every single day, every single moment, every single tournament. I knew this day was going to come. All I could do is be patient and work hard. Pak hit within 10 feet below the hole on a fairway bunker shot from 164 yards to give herself a birdie chance while Lincicome saved par with a long downhill putt. Suzann Pettersen also made the playoff, but dropped out after making bogey on the second hole on the par-four, 402-yard 18th. Pak, Lincicome and Pettersen were tied when they teed off together in the morning. An hour into their round of the two-tee start, the threat of lightning sent the golfers to the clubhouse for an over five hour wait. All three wore purple ribbons on their caps honouring Los Angeles native Erica Blasberg who died last week at her Las Vegas home. Police have not said whether foul play was involved, and the coroner said it could up to six weeks to determine a cause of death. The course had received about four inches of rain overnight and it was still drizzling throughout the playoff holes. LPGA officials went to the playoff on No. 18 and a 54-hole format with more bad weather forecast for Monday.