Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand is the first 18-hole leader in the history of women’s golf in the Olympics.

Jutanugarn had a little bit of everything on her scorecard Wednesday and wound up with a 6-under 65 for a one-shot lead over seven-time major champion Inbee Park and Seiyoung Kim, both of South Korea.

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This is the first time for women’s golf to be in the Olympics since the Paris Games in 1900, and back then it was only a nine-hole competition.

Park was playing top competition for the first time in two months because of a thumb injury. She was bogey-free in her round of 66.

Lydia Ko, the No. 1 player in women’s golf, holed out from 135 yards on the 15th hole for eagle. She shot 69 and was four shots back.