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FEATURE-Golf-End of an era as pioneer Pak bids farewell

SEOUL, Oct 13 (Reuters) - It has been 18 years since Pak Se-ri shed socks and shoes and stepped gingerly into the water to play a daring recovery stroke at the 1998 U.S. Women's Open, a shot that both defined her career and helped change the face of women's golf forever.
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