HARRISON, N.Y. — Inbee Park shot a final round 68 and finished at 19-under par to win the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship for the third consecutive year and retake the No. 1 ranking in women’s golf.

The 26-year-old from South Korea made five birdies and shot a bogey-free round at the Westchester Country Club, finishing the season’s second major five strokes ahead of 22-year-old compatriot Sei Young Kim on Sunday.

Park, who shot a 273 for the tournament, tied the Tour record for the lowest score in a major in relationship to par and finished the four rounds with 22 birdies and just three bogeys.

It was her fifth major championship in the last 12 played on the LPGA Tour since the beginning of 2013.

“I played great the last three days,” she said. “I couldn’t believe myself. I made no bogeys for three days.”

This is Park’s sixth major title. She ties Annika Sorenstam (2003-2005) as the only golfers who have claimed this championship in three consecutive years.

Park’s last birdie came on the final hole.

She chipped her second shot to within 5-feet of the pin, then sank the ensuing putt and threw her arms in the air as a fan yelled “three-peat.”

It was her 56th consecutive hole without a bogey.

The rookie Kim, who was trying to win her first major, started the day two strokes back. She bogeyed the third and the fourth holes, but then reeled off four consecutive birdies, including long birdie putt on the eighth to pull within a shot of the lead.

That was as close as she would get.

PGA TOUR: Fabian Gomez of Argentina won his first tour title at the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tennessee, beating England’s Greg Owen by four strokes.

Gomez, 36, started the round tied with Owen atop the leaderboard at 9 under with 23 players within four strokes. Gomez shot 4-under 66 for a 267 total for the win.

He carded a five birdie-one bogey round for his first PGA title in his 70th start in a season already featuring three top 25s.

CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR: Bernhard Langer won the Senior Players Championship for the second year in a row, in Belmont, Massachusetts. It’s his fifth major on the Champions Tour.

The two-time Masters winner shot a 3-under-par 68 in the final round to finish at minus-19. That’s six strokes ahead of Kirk Triplett, who shot 64 to vault into second place at minus-13.

Langer is the first golfer to win the tournament in back-to-back years since Arnold Palmer 30 years ago. The 57-year-old German earned his 24th victory on the Champions Tour, tying him with Miller Barber for fourth all-time.

 Champions Tour points leader Colin Montgomerie checked out OK after heading to the hospital with chest pains during the Senior Players Championship.

Montgomerie said he felt the pains at the end of the third round on Saturday. He went to Massachusetts General Hospital on Sunday morning and was cleared by doctors in time to make it back to the Belmont Country Club for his 1:09 p.m. tee time.

Montgomerie shot a 68 on Sunday to finish tied for third, nine strokes behind Langer.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Chris Wood came from five strokes behind to win the Lyoness Open in Atzenbrugg, Austria for his second tour title.

The Englishman had a bogey-free round of 5-under 67 to finish on 15-under 273, two strokes clear of Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain.