Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching is Hong Kong's leading female golfer. She scored her best result to date at the 2016 Hong Kong Ladies Open when she staged a remarkable comeback to defeat Thailand’s Kanphanitnan Muangkhumsakul on the first play-off hole
Hong Kong’s Tiffany Y K Chan, 18, will tee off against the world’s best in Kentucky this month, knowing ‘this will be like nothing I have ever played’.
Hong Kong golfer makes most of home advantage and sponsor’s invite to win first match against Atthaya Thitikul 3&2.
While reaching the major tournament was one of her goals for the year, Chan said her main focus was on regaining full status on the LPGA Tour.
From her mother sacrificing her career, to training six times a week between class, Arianna Lau’s promising journey to world No 1 has not been easy.
The LPGA Tour player hopes to stand on top of the Olympic podium in future just like Hong Kong’s five medal winners after making adjustments to finish in tie for 50th.
Hong Kong’s Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching says the changes she made ahead of round three ‘actually worked out’ as China’s Lin and Feng stay in hunt for podium finish.
Hong Kong’s number one golfer Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching moves to nine-over and says ‘I definitely have a lot more to improve as far as my game plan goes’.
Chan sits 59th out of 60 after disappointing round one as opening six-over-par 77 leaves her 11 shots off the early pace.
Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching will refer to notes of Xander Schauffele’s caddie and friend-turned-idol Collin Morikawa’s expertise as she attempts to improve on medal success of ‘inspiring’ Cheung Ka-long and Siobhan Haughey.
‘I hope I can have a breakthrough moment and make history in Tokyo,’ says the city’s only Olympic golfer and LPGA Tour player Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching.
Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching reaches her second consecutive Olympic Games in a season where she has made her first top 10 on LPGA Tour.
A superb eagle on the 15th helps the 27-year-old recover from two early bogeys as she shoots two-under 69 for a 10-under total and a tie for eighth at the LA Open.
The 27-year-old shoots one-under 70 for a total of eight-under 205 to lie joint seventh after the third round of the LA Open at Wilshire Country Club.
Chan is tied for sixth at the halfway stage at seven-under 135 overall as she makes the cut for the third straight tournament.
The 27-year-old thrives on her ‘home’ course at Wilshire Country Club in Los Angeles, firing seven birdies in a six-under-par 65, one stroke behind leader Jessica Korda.
Park, a seven-time major winner and the 2016 Olympic champion, finishes on 14-under 274 after 72 holes.
Park In-bee takes massive lead after shooting three-under par in round three.
The 27-year-old says mentally she was not in a great place last summer when missing a number of cuts, but is ready to return to the Tour and confident she can win.
Chan says the four-month Covid-19 break in Hong Kong affected her play when she returned to the tour in August, missing four cuts in a row.
The LPGA Tour pro isolated herself from her family in Hong Kong after returning from the US, but managed 12 days of solid workout.
Hong Kong professional says her coach has helped to improve her short game over the past year
Chan cards a second straight five-under-par 67 to claim a share of 23rd place and builds on a career-best 13th-place finish at the end of June.
Chan improves with a five-under-par 67 in round three in Wisconsin.
Hong Kong’s top golfer follows first-round 64 with second-round 71 on Friday, and is 9-under par in a tie for 20th place with world No 1 Park Sung-hyun out in front.
Chan shares fourth place after a strong start in Wisconsin as she hits on solid form approaching midway point of the LPGA season.
Bogey on the 17th hole sees Hong Kong’s Tiffany Chan Tsz-Ching miss out on playing the weekend at Hazeltine, as she finishes six over par for two rounds.
Tied for fourth heading into the 17th hole, Chan double bogeyed on the par three and ended one-over-par
The 17-year-old creates a big impression as she takes a five-shot lead into the final round at Hong Kong Golf Club.
Three missed cuts on the elite tour fail to dampen Chan’s spirits on her return to Fanling for US$150,000 tournament