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.
Ko Jin-young picked up her eighth LPGA Tour victory at the Volunteers of America Classic held at Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas on Sunday, snapping a seven-month drought that saw her lose the world No. 1 spot last week.
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.
For the first time since July 28, 2019, world No. 1 Ko Jin-young is set to lose that title.
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.
It's a big weekend for golf, with the PGA's U.S. Open, the LPGA's Meijer LPGA Classic and the KLPGA's DB Group Korea Women's Open all teeing off on Thursday.
Ko Jin-young and Park In-bee tied in seventh place on the final day of the U.S. Women's Open held at Olympic Club in San Francisco, California on Sunday. The Olympic Club’s Lake Course, known for its difficulty, presented a challenge...
It's barely been 6 months since Kim A-lim came from behind for her first major win at the U.S. Women's Open. Now it's time to defend that title.
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.