The 2021 Amundi Evian Championship tees off at Evian Resort Golf Club in Evian-les-Bains, France on Thursday, giving Korea's four female golfing Olympians a chance for a serious morale boost at the final major before the Tokyo Games.
Six golfers will represent Korea at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Park In-bee, Ko Jin-young, Kim Sei-young and Kim Hyo-joo will represent Korea in the women's golf tournament, while Im Sung-jae and Kim Si-woo participate in the men's event.
Park In-bee, Ko Jin-young, Kim Sei-young and Kim Hyo-joo will represent Korea in the women's golf tournament at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
World No. 4 Kim Sei-young looks to defend her title at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club in John Creek, Georgia on Thursday.
World No. 3 Kim Sei-young will be looking to defend her title as the LPGA continues with the Mediheal Championship at Lake Merced Country Club in Daly City, California, on Thursday.
World No. 1 Ko Jin-young, No. 2 Park In-bee and No. 3 Kim Sei-young will all make an appearance at the inaugural Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play held from Wednesday to Sunday at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The LPGA returns Wednesday with the third edition of the Hugel-Air Premia LA Open at Wilshire County Club in Los Angeles, one of the few tournaments on the Tour that a Korean golfer is yet to win.
Kim Sei-young and Park In-bee tied second at the 2021 Lotte Championship at the Kapolei Golf Club in Hawaii on Saturday.
The 2021 LPGA Tour heads to Hawaii on Wednesday for the Lotte Championship at its new home at Kapolei Golf Club in Kapolei, Oahu. As the only Korean to ever win the event, Kim Sei-young will be hoping to build on her 2015 rookie success this season.
A total of four Korean golfers finished in the top 10 at the ANA Inspiration, the first major of the LPGA Tour season, with Thai rookie Patty Tavatanakit running away with the title.