By KAREN CROUSE NAPLES, Fla. — It took Christina Kim six holes to card her first par Thursday at the L.P.G.A.’s Tour Championship. While hardly ideal, Kim saw her birdie, bogey, double bogey, birdie, bogey start at Tiburon Golf Club as a perfect metaphor for golf and for life.“You never know what’s going to be thrown at you,” she said.Kim, who is five strokes off the lead, held by Julieta Granada, after a one-under-par 71, has experienced ozone-layer highs and ocean-bottom depths. She has dealt