LPGA Rookie Spotlight: Rachel Rohanna
Take a look at Rachel Rohanna's road to the LPGA Tour.
LPGA rookie spotlight: Su Oh
Su Oh reflects on her journey to be a rookie pro on the LPGA Tour.
LPGA rookie spotlight: Bertine Strauss
Bertine Strauss talks about her rise to professional golf and the LPGA Tour.
LPGA Tour Rookie Spotlight: Gaby Lopez
Take a look at Gaby Lopez's road to the LPGA Tour and her hopes to be an Olympian.
LPGA Tour Rookie Spotlight: Megan Khang
Take a look at LPGA Tour Rookie Megan Khang's road to professional golf.pass along to his only child. He'd bring me out to the golf course and he said that If I could keep the ball in the fairway, then I can keep driving the cart. Lee has been Megan's only golf coach and continues to play an active role and Megan's caddy. We'll **** heads here and there but in the. I'll listen to him. The father daughter duo is looking to take on the LPGA Tour . And Meghan has ambitious goals in this, her rookie season. I just want to do my own thing. Hopefully get a few top ten's, hopefully a win.
LPGA Rookie Spotlight: Sei Young Kim
LPGA Tour rookie Sei Young Kim shares her journey to being a winner on tour.When I was ten years I started playing golf . I made a choice, tae kwon do, golf, but I chose golf. Yeah very difficult choice. At the Lotte championship this year Sae Yung provided a spectacular finish,
LPGA Rookie Spotlight: Cheyenne Woods
Hear from LPGA Tour rookie Cheyenne Woods as she shares her journey to professional golf.the LET at the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters in Queensland on the gulf coast of Australia. The looking back, I mean it was such a huge moment for me personally to, to have that breakthrough on the European Tour and to know that my game is capable to compete at that level, I think that was the biggest think for me. She's built a succesful pro career but there's not getting away from the fact Cheyenne is Tiger's niece. To have the last name of Woods, for me, is normal. I don't know anything different other than having. Tiger Woods as my uncle. Or to have the media attention and the interviews. For me, I've had that since I was ten years old, so I don't know golf without that part of it. One thing he's always told me. Me is just to believe in your ability, believe in yourself and, and know that you're capable of playing well. So, that's one thing I take with me cuz that's huge when you're out here on the golf course . If you don't believe in yourself, there's no way you're gonna hit your shot. I don't want to be mediocre so that's
LPGA Rookie Spotlight: Alison Lee
LPGA Tour rookie Alison Lee talks about her family and how she became a professional on the LPGA Tour.I just like grabbed the plastic club and started running around the golf course with the club in the air and he was really excited for me Need to be there with him but I didn't really stay focused on, you know, practicing and stuff. So he bribed me obviously he said if you play golf for real and focus for a couple days we'll go to Disneyland next weekend So that was the bribery. That's how I started. At the age of five Allison's parents enrolled her in the Tregnan Golf Academy in Los Angeles, California. You had to be six years old to enroll in the group lessons and stuff, but I was
LPGA Rookie Spotlight: Marissa Steen
Rookie Marissa Steen talks about her path to LPGA Tour both on and off the course.and fifty yards is a hundred and fifty yards no matter what golf course you're playing. So that's really how I've tried to approach this season just because there's more grand stands and more fans and
Rookie Spotlight: Amy Anderson
This Rookie Spotlight edition is on Amy Anderson.that was the first pro event I'd ever played in. My first US Open . It was a huge stage. I happened to have a great opening round. Especially til it got rained out. But then honestly
Rookie spotlight: Lydia Ko
This week's Rookie Spotlight feature is on Lydia Ko.Lydia's mother, Hyon, has always been the inspiration and support behind her golf game . My mom, you know, she's always been there with me. She comes with me to pretty much every event. My parents are