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My mum first took me to the driving range and gave me the first lesson of golf. My mum is a big fan of golf and a decent golfer with a +3 handicap.
I won an amateur event and that was the first time that I realized golf was something I wanted to pursue as my career.
I would say my mum has been the biggest supporter throughout my career because she is the person who introduced me to the golf world and has always believed in me. She cheers for me and is a big fan of mine. I will always have ups and downs in my life as well as my golf career; my mum is the one to keep me positive and go for it.
I officially started my rookie year in 2020 on the Epson Tour. I have learned a lot from the Epson Tour. First, I learned how to travel in the U.S. as a tour player. Secondly, I have become more knowledgeable about golf rules and have improved my mental set for the LPGA Tour. Last but not least, traveling week by week to get learning experience on the golf course, such as different types of grass in other states, various weather conditions, etc.
I have learned from failure. When I get outside my comfort zone, I am one step closer to a better result. I am not afraid of failure, and it keeps me going and sharp.
To be more successful, you have to accept both success and failure. Success is good, but failure teaches you more.