KAPOLEI - Norway's Suzann Pettersen two-putted for par on the first playoff hole Saturday to beat American Lizette Salas in the LPGA Lotte Championship. Pettersen bogeyed the final hole of regulation in a five-under 67. Salas saw a birdie attempt at the last lip out, but closed with a course-record 10-under 62 at Ko Olina to join Pettersen on 19-under par 269. They shattered the tournament's 72-hole scoring record of 276 set by Japan's Ai Miyazato when she won last year. "I played great," Pettersen said. "I hit one bad tee shot. I'm really happy. I tried to stay aggressive. I didn't really look behind and I didn't really look at the board. "Lizette played outstanding," Pettersen added. "That's what you've got to win tournaments." –AFP