- Race for the Card
My dad. I saw golf a lot when I was young because my dad loved golf, which made me interested in playing golf.
I enjoyed it when I was young, but when I got on the National team, something that I succeeded in and achieved goal made me very feel special, and it was a turning point in my mindset about golf.
My family. My entire family has been sacrificing for me. Especially my dad has been a huge mental support.
It was my first year as a professional. So basically didn’t know about scheduling, making relationships on tour, or even rankings. But, in the end, I learned how to manage tournaments and pro-am. I’m so grateful to have had that experience.
The most significant thing was driving by myself for 75 hours for three weeks. Because of my age, I couldn’t rent a car and didn’t even know many people on tour. That was tough, for sure, and that helped me to be more independent and stay strong.
I would love to say enjoy it. Every experience is precious and hard to have it. So accept it and enjoy things.