Mix of brutal honesty and tough love from father keeping Si Woo Kim grounded as he pushes to grow legacy as one of Asia’s greatest golfers on PGA Tour.
The European tour’s swing through Asia is highlighting the opportunities that lie ahead through it’s strategic alliance with others.
This week’s Sony Open in Hawaii marks the 40th anniversary of his 1983 triumph at Waialae Country Club.
The 20-year-old South Korean phenom has taken the world of golf by storm, and is now hoping to ‘bring that young energy’ for the International Team at Quail Hollow Club.
Players vying to follow Carl Yuan, An Byeong-hun and Kim Seong-hyeon in securing cards, with five tournaments left in regular Korn Ferry Tour season.
South Korean ready for the year’s second major after his second PGA Tour win in Texas last weekend, and he admits he owes a considerable debt to his parents.
Hideki Matsuyama has inspired thousands of children in Japan and across Asia to shoot for the stars and there is no doubt he will win many more times on the PGA Tour, if not a few more Green Jackets.
The South Korean makes his debut on the Champions Tour this week at the Chubb Classic.
South Korea’s Choi hails Japanese star’s performance and predicts the Masters winner will be world No 1 soon.
While Woods knows he isn’t the same athlete he once was, it would be wrong to assume he has accepted his fate of not being able to match Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major victories.