Kim Hyo-joo won the OKSavingsBank Se Ri Pak Invitational at Sejong Silkriver in Sejong, Cheongju on Sunday, a result that landed herself at No. 5 in the world on the Rolex ranking.
Golf is a notoriously fickle game, and the failure of Korea's top golfers to win an LPGA major for the first time in 11 years this season proves it. But it could also prove something else: That the heyday of Korean women's golf is coming to an end.
The LPGA Tour moves to Highland Meadows Country Club in Sylvania, Ohio on Thursday for the Marathon LPGA Classic, where four Korean former champions — Kim In-kyung, Choi Woon-jung, Ryu So-yeon, Choi Na-yeon — vie to repeat their former glory.
As all of you know, after winning the 2004 Michelob Ultra Open in Kingsmill, Virginia, I was in a slump for two years. I tried doing many different things to improve, but nothing worked. Finally, I figured out a way to get myself out of the slu
Proper downswing and finish Once you get your club up to the top, it is now time to bring the club back down to make a strong impact. The motion in which you bring the club back down is called a “downswing.” Many amateurs tend to
2. Backswing There are too many things to know when swinging. Some people like to take every little part of the swing and go over them in detail, but I like to keep everything simple. It’s only the matter of ball position; mechanism of
Pak Se-ri, former Korean professional golfer, will be giving out tips and lessons to readers regularly. Pak was the first Korean golfer to play on the LPGA Tour when she joined the tour in 1998. Pak’s victory at the 1998 U.S. Women’s Open enc